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1982 
SAYAKINI 



VOLUME 53 



CATAWBA COLLEGE 
SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA 



CO-EDITORS: JILL FINK 

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CATAWBA COLLEGE LIBRARY 

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DEDICATION 




DR. BETHANY SINNOTT 

Someone special is hiding in the corners of a gloomy 
building. Hiding in the deep recesses of a shadowed hall. 
Hunched over a black desk, endlessly turning webbed volumes 
of forgotten lore. Someone very special ... in the darkness. 
Armed! Armed with the heart of knowledge, the sparkling eyes 
of enthusiasm, and the voice of experience. With the lift of a 
lip comes the glow, a blinding flash of white. The glow of 
inspiration! 

Twenty guns sound a salute from us to you! 



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FACULTY 




Dr. Stephen H. Wurster 



President of Catawba College 




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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 




Dr. Charles Turney 
Vice President of Academic Affairs 



Dr. Hans Roemer 
Vice President of Student Affairs 




Mr. Larry Elliott 
Business Manager 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Brenda Mcintosh, Secretary to the Dean of 
Students 



Warren Klawiter, Dean of Students; 
Richard Riedel, Assistant 




Janice Petrea, Secretary to the President 



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Ruby Barringer, Assistant Bursar; J. Alvin Carter, Bursar and Assistant Business Manager 




Eloise Peeler, Secretary to the Office of the 
President and Receptionist 



Delia Cartner, Secretary to the Business Manager 




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Business Office: Annie Bates, Shirley Rhinehardt, Louise Crowther, Louise Pring 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

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Dr. M.M. Richards — Director of Career Planning and Placement and 

Registrar 



Betty Smith — Secretary to Placement Office and 
Psychology 



Computer Center staff: 

Patricia Powlas, Evelyn Lowman 

and Eleanor ijames 




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ADMINISTRATIVE 
STAFF 




Right: Barbara Hill, Financial Aid Officer; Ann Shaughnessy, Assistant Gerry Spencer, Secretary to trie Financial Aid Office 





Left: Karl Hales, and Gerald Honaker, SDIP Coordinators 



Curtis Montgomery, Advancement Center 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 

STAFF 




Brian Morrison, Sports information Director 



Sue Stebbins, Director of Parent and Alumni Relations 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Karl Hales, Director of pace 



Judy Brady, Secretary to Director of PACE 




Development Office: Evelyn Joslin, Nancy South, Carolyn Peeler, Margaret Armstrong, Pat Kindig 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




William Hall — Dean of Admissions; zelda Ponder, Assistant 




Frances Adams — Secretary to Dean of Admissions 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Harold Hlggins — Admissions 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 
STAFF 




Robert Weidner — Director of the College Community Center 



Cayle Cray — Secretary to the Director of the College 
Community Center and the Drama and Speech Departments 




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John L. Thomason — Superintendent of Grounds and 
Buildings 



Kathy Shue and Jim Hands — SAGA Managers 



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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 





Minnie McCachren — Nurse 



Sharon Bennett— Postmistress 




Above: Sandra Roseman — Secretary to the 
Education and Sociology Departments; and Nancy 
Trexler — Secretary to the Commerce Department. 
Left: Janice Suratt— Nurse 



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Dr. Betty Sell — Librarian 



Head Residents: Carl Morgan, S-R; Doris Coates, North; Martha 
Stanley, Woodson; Ruby Butner, Abernethy 




Library Staff: Ruby McSwain, Jacquelyn Sims, Maria Zaracky, Hilda Foreman, Evelina 
Tseng, Betty Sell 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 



Carl Morgan — Director of Safety and 
Security 



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FACULTY 




Dr. Michael Baranski — Biology 



Dr. J. Daniel Brown — Philosophy 



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Dr. Jay Buxton — Biology, Chairman 



Dr. C. Robert Carlton — Math, Chairman 




Mr. Albert Chaffoo — Music 



Mr. Alvin Carter — Commerce 



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Dr. Francis Dedmond — English 



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FACULTY 




Mrs. Janice Fuller — English 



Miss Sherry Free — Social work 



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FACULTY 




Mr. William Gibbons — Math 
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Dr. Janet Home — Drama 



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FACULTY 



Mr. Ronald Hall — History 




Ms. Roslyn Hall — Physical Education and Recreation 




Dr. Dave Hanselman — Geology 



Dr. Paul Helm — Religion and Campus Pastor 



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FACULTY 




Dr. Gerald Honaker — Drama 



Dr. Wa Iter Hood — Art 




Mr. Jack Keeter — Math 



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FACULTY 




Mr. Warren Klawiter— Physical Education 



Dr. Daniel Kirk — Biology 




Mr. Kenneth Lidge — Music 



Mr. J. Richard McCallum — Psychology 



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ABOVE: Mr. Sam Moir — Physical Education 

RIGHT: Dr. Frank Meyer — Physical Education, Chairman 




Mr. James Parker — Drama 



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Dr. William Palmer — Education, Chairman 



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FACULTY 




Dr. Richard Reitz — Language 



Mr. Robert Roper — Commerce 




ABOVE Dr. Arnold Rieger— Commerce, Chairman 
RIGHT: Dr. Maynard Rich — Psychology 



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Dr. Albert Roberts — Psychology, Chairman 



Dr. Shirley Ritchie — Education 




Dr. Hans Roemer — Language 



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FACULTY 




Mrs. Susan Shores — Music 



Dr. Kenneth Sell — Sociology, Chairman 




Dr. Sanford Silverburg — Political Science, Chairman 



Mr. Steve Shaughnessy — Physical Education 



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FACULTY 



Mr. Harvey Stratton — Physical Education and Athletic 
Director 



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Dr. S.C. Tseng — Commerce 





ABOVE: Dr. Charles Turney — English 
LEFT: Dr. Bethany Sinnott — English 



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Mr. Robert weidner — Drama 



Dr. J. King West — Religion, Chairman 



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Dr. Pat Whitley — Physical Education 



Dr. Johnny Young — Language, Co-chairman 



FACULTY 





Mr. Tom R. Williams III — Physics 



CATAWBA COLLEGE LIBRARY 
Salisbury. North Carolina 28144 



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STUDENT LIFE 



SPRING FEST 
APRIL 25, 1981 



It was a bright and sunny day. The jubilant 

crowd was held back by the restraining lines. 

The beautiful girls were all in a row. Maurice 

successfully finished playing "Taps" and the 

afternoon was ready to begin. Each lovely 

contestant was introduced and escorted to the 

stage. It's been said that Claremont was a little 

upset that they missed the swimsuit 

competition. They soon got over it and decided 

to sit quietly backstage and chug some PBR's. 

Pandemonium broke loose, cameras snapped 

and people cheered when Rande Maphis was 

introduced as the May Queen. 

Claremont finally did get revenge on the judges 

for not allowing them to see the interesting 

competition, and they gave the head judge's car 

a boost — up a tree. 







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SENIORS: Teresa Perkins, Barb Smith, Janet Stapf 



JUNIORS: Mary Battista, Julie Honeycutt and Melanie Smith 




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SOPHOMORES: Judy Chwalik, Kim Cropper and 
Lisa Long 



FRESHMEN: Lynne Dedmon, Katie Branson and 
Marcia Hoover 



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MIKE CROSS 
SEPTEMBER 5, 1981 




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Dust off grandmothers hat that you found in the corner 
and bring it to the party. Although it may have a faded, 
four-foot peacock feather running up the back of a purple 
and yellow bonnet, it's still okay at Catawba. As a matter of 
fact, you may be the life of the party. Here everyone wears 
an outrageous hat! some hats even show personalities: 
little people wear tiny hats, people who have dreamed of 
being a cowboy wear a cowboy hat, and baseball caps go 
to the big leaguers. If a person wears a blue and white 
baby bonnet they are . well ... urn ... leave that up to 
your imagination. Whatever the hat or personality, 
everyone kicked back and rocked. So grasp that beer in 
your hand and have a toast before we suck down this 
brew. "To Jerry's kids, this one's for you." 

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HALLOWEEN 
DANCE 



The lobby was a home for the in- 
sane on Halloween 1981. Each per- 
son became what he only fantasized 
about earlier; these foggy-minded 
young adults took on theirtrue per- 
sonalities. In the corner of the dance 
floor a prep could be seen dancing 
with a gorilla, (both outfits were just 
as horrible looking . . . preps, yuk!) 
There was Mr. Bill, and Superman 
made his appearance also. Through 
the door the princes and princesses 
arrived. Everyone was at the party 
from Joan Crawford to the Phantom 
of the Opera. That just goes to show 
you what a little education can do. 








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AIR BAND 



It must have been a full moon. The music was 
loud, the beer ran cold, and the entertainment 

was tremendous. 

Bands were in head-to-head competition for the 

gold. The crowd led the "Four Skins" to first 

prize. (Do the beetle stomp!) Oh, by the way Jay, 

watch the whip! Second prize was awarded to 

"Zug-Zug." (Shake it Maurice.) Who was that girl? 

Third prize went to "Sex Change." (Didn't know 

you had it in you Dave!) What a scarf! The other 

bands walked away with zip bucks, but did get a 

buzz to last a lifetime. 




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1981 
HOMECOMING 



To make up for last year . . . here's 

homecoming. With 23 of Catawba's loveliest 

women. Alongside, their distinguished escorts. 

And what about that Queen? Julie, you're a doll! 

Then everybody cruised out to Fiber's to party. 

We may have been ail dressed up, but that 

didn't stop us from getting sloppy drunk. (That's 

where that darn bus came in handy . . . good 

idea!) Even our dignified deans were going for it 

. . . and who could forget Fred and Ginger 

Hartsell? For many people that next morning was a 

disaster. Well, almost everyone. The clean-up crew 

had an interesting morning I heard. 

A night to go down in the books. So, from the 

infamous mouth of one of Catawba's psychotics, 

the night was put into perspective . . . 

"Welcome to Sherwood." 






HOMECOMING QUEEN 

Julie Honeycutt 









Susan Bacon 
Abernetny 1&2 



Mary Battista 
Senior Class 



Catny Boon 
Abernethy 3&4 



Regina Bynum 
Woodson 



Julia Chwalik 
Woodson 








Kathy Clark 
Senior Class 



Kelly Delahunty 
North 



Sissy Daugherty 
Pine Knot— Duplex 



Jill Fink 
Foil House — SR-C 



Carmen Gonzalez 
Senior Class 



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Angie Hill 
SR — A&B 



Julie Honeycutt 
Senior Class 



Lynn Poffenbarger 
Senior Class 



Carrie Poole 
Day Students 



Julie Ramseur 
Zartman 








Lisa Riley 
Senior Class 



Lisa Rizzolo 
Senior Class 



Melissa Rowe 
SR — D&E 



Melanie Smith 
Senior Class 



Lauren Taylor 
Claremont 




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Kim Vazzana 
North 



Elizabeth Weant 
Jann House — Newton 



Cynthia Wilson 
Senior Class 



Julie was escorted by Danny nil 



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OZARK MOUNTAIN DAREDEVILS 










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WHITE WOLF 




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J AND J DAY 

The sun shined brightly across 

the parched field as the 

contestants tightened the 

laces of their athletic socks. 

No, this isn't the Olympics, but 

the stakes were just as high! 

Each runner on that track was 

trying to prove to his or her 

best friend that those extra 

pounds don't mean a thing. 

BANC, they're off! You won't 

see anybody sprinting off the 

starting line in this Catawba 

fundraiser. The campus 

became a college (like the ones 

you see on tv). People jogged 

and the bands jammed and 

everybody partied. The bands, 

Mike Prillamen, Crystal wood, 

Mark Deaton, and Full Circle 

Band, performed for a 

sun-drugged crowd. The 

blankets and ice coolers were 

the pieces of the jigsaw field. 

Lie back folks and enjoy ... run 

and drink yourself crazy. 





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CLASSES 



SENIOR CANDIDS 




"Great Expectations" — Roy A. Johnson 



Richard Boyd 




Patrick Blacha, Bryan Wizna, Francis Blacha 



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SENIOR 
CANDIDS 



"Keep the fire burning!" 
First row: Linn Digioia, Lynn Poffenbarger, Lisa Riley, Kathy Clark. Second row: Pam Stolba, Beverly 
Cooksey, Shari Marshall 




Creg Sheetz and Mark Michael 



David Sorrell with Christy Denny 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




"This is a football!" 
John Harris, Elizabeth Beittel, David Oxendine, Donna White, Snooky James 







Debbie Cilley and Elaine Koontz 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 






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Susie Mcintosh 



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Johnny Miller, Ken Carrick, Rick izze with Ed Matthews 



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SENIOR 
CANDIDS 




"I don't think we should try the quarterback sneak again!' 
Debbie Sterner and friends 




Cynthia Drum, Fran Pearson and Susan Sidden 



Diane Walser 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Kim Nicks 



Regina Bynum 




Dave Wallace, Kevin Weisgerber and Bob LeBlanc 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Blanche Jamison with Jason Laws 



Valerie Hill 




Debbie Bankhead and friends 



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SENIOR 



CANDIDS 



Pam Evans and friends 




Al Hicks 



Hodge Coffield with Pam Hylton 



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Kevin Beck (center) with Linn Digioia and Bryan Wizna 



SENIOR 
CANDIDS 




Jill Pruett 




Carole Frock, Mary Battista, Patti Cranger and Meg Reinhart 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Michele Baron 



Rosemary White (left) with Mary Battista, Colleen Carey, and Sangree 
Froelicher 




Kitt Wade 



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Mark Lane with Sandra Bennett 



Elizabeth Beittel with Mike Wilhelm 



SENIOR 
CANDIDS 




Chuck Sigler, Steve Taylor and Ross Klopp 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Steve Katz 




Karen Cranford 



Donna Hincher 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Jim Krutzke and Billy Huntley (front) with John Marston, Mark Shutz, and Martin Huguley 




Maris McCullough 



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Jim Krutzke and Bill Styple 




"Working her way through college!" Amie McRee 



Pamela Holman with Greg Boston 



SENIOR CANDIDS 



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SENIOR 
CANDIDS 




Angie and Ben Case 




Cliff Higgs 



Judy Tyndall and Lisa Belton 



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Lori Dilger 




Lisa Riley and Skip Kraft 



SENIOR CANDIDS 



Cynthia Wilson 



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'For Your Thighs Only" 




At Catawba, nobody does it better than HERB ARNOLD! 




Lisa Rizzolo, Patty Walker and Kim Hamilton 



SENIOR CANDIDS 



Scott Schuler with Jennifer Wilhelm 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 





Bryan Wizna 



Phil Moore 




Julie Honeycutt, Amy Bumgarner and Melanie Smith 



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SENIOR 
CANDIDS 




Stephanie Surgeon 



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Eatin Puddin" Dave Oxendine and Snookv James 




Cyrette Cotten (second row, third person) and friends 



"Oh no you don't! Not to the Homecoming Dance!" Hap 
and Carmen 



SENIOR CANDIDS 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




Karen wagoner 



Chip Irby and Bill Happer 




"Butch, Rest in Peace." Hap welty and friends 



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Sue Burkholder, 
Adrienne Bass and 
Brenda Dietrich 




Anne Kirkman (second from left) with Amy Padgett, Robert Cerami, 
Teresa Taylor, Roy Johnson. 



SENIOR CANDIDS 



Time for me to fly. 

Nancy Williamson with Courtney Graham and Tracey 

Osborne 



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Officers: Beverly Cooksey, secretary; Lynn Poffenbarger, President; Pam Evans, Vice-President; Keith DeMar- 
co, Treasurer 



Claude Shuford Abernethy 

Conover, NC 
BUAD/Economics 

Danny Joe Alexander 

Myerstown. PA 
BUAD 

Karen E. Alexander 

Cherry Hill, NJ 
Psychology 



Robert Donald Alexander 

Cherry Hill, NJ 
BUAD 

Ronald Leslie Arant 

Kings Mrs., NC 
BUAD 

Herbert Robert Arnold 

Magnolia, NJ 
Psychology 




SENIORS 



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Susan Lee Bacon 

Kingston, MA 
BUAD 

Deborah Patricia Bankhead 

Culpeper, VA 
Psychology 

Michele D. Barron 

Pilot Mtn., NC 
Social work 



Adrienne Maria Bass 

RufFm. NC 

Ther. Rec/Phys. Ed. 

Mary L. Battista 

Washington. DC 
BUAD 

Kevin Hill Beck 

Lexington. NC 
Geology 



Elizabeth Ann Beittel 

Clnnamlnson. NJ 

Cul. & Org. Dev./Drama 

Nina Fisher Bell 

Statesville, NC 
Elem. EG. 

Lisa Marie Belton 

Mt Airy. NC 
Ther. Rec. 



Francis J. Blacha 

Blackwood, nj 
Chemistry 

Patrick Daniel Blacha 

Blackwood. NJ 
Chemistry 

Deborah Ann Bonebrake 

Salisbury. NC 



SENIORS 



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Ellen Anne Borstell 

Hauppauge. NY 
Elementary Ed 

James Cawley Boyce 

Sevarna Park. MD 
Psychology 

Richard Armistead Boyd, Jr. 

Statesville. NC 

BUAD 



Edgar Floyd Breese 

Lantana. fl 
Geology 

Dwayne Brewington 

Clinton, NC 
BUAD 

Kevin J. Brown 

Salisbury. NC 
Phys. Ed. 



Robert J. Bruff 

Lexington. NC 
Biology 



Robert David Budd 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD Economics 




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Amy Renee Bumgarner 

Hickory. NC 
Music Ed. 

Susan Ann Burkholder 

Ephrata. pa 
Ther Rec. 

April Carson Butler 

Salisbury, NC 
Psychology 




Regina Bynum 

Carrboro. NC 
BUAD 

Elizabeth Calio 

Sound Beach, NY 
Phys Ed 

Larry Phillip Campbell 

Statesville NC 
Psychology 



Kenneth Duane Carrick, Jr. 

Thomasville. NC 



Accountlng/BUAD 



Kathryn S. Carter 

Greensboro, NC 



SENIORS 



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Angela F. Case 

Concord. NC 
Music Ed 

Cynthia Whitley Clark 

Lexington, NC 
Biology 



Kathryn Jane Clark 

Charlotte. NC 
BUAD/ Admin. Office Mgt 

John B. Coatta 

Minnetonka. MN 
Phys. Ed. 



Herbert Hodgin Coffield 

High Point. NC 

BUAD 

Charles Edward Coiner 

Waynesboro, VA 
Phys. Ed. 



Beverly A. Cooksey 

Jax. fl 

BUAD 



Robert Dale Cooper 

Salisbury. NC 
Economics/BUAD 



Cyrette Carol Cotten 

Chapel Hill. NC 
BUAD 



Karen Louise Cranford 

Mocksville. NC 
BUAD/Math 




SENIORS 



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Kenneth Wayne Criss 

Winston-Salem, NC 
BUAD/Economics 

Donna Camille Crouse 

Emory. VA 
Rel./Phil./soc/soc. Wk. 



Jeff L. Davis 


Pfafftown 


NC 


BUAD 




Keith L. 


DeMarco 


Nutley, NJ 




BUAD 





Christy Alta Denny 

High Point, NC 
Biology/BUAD 

Brenda Lynn Dietrich 

Seaford. DE 
Corrective Ther 

Unnette Marie DiGioia 

Rockville, MD 
Ther. Rec. 



Loretta Mary Dilger 

Greensboro, NC 
Social Work 



Cynthia L Drum 

Newton, NC 
Accounting 

Pamela Ann Evans 

Hlldebran, NC 

BUAD 



SENIORS 



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Carole Ann Frock 

Hanover. PA 
Accounting/BUAD 

Jay Michael Cerish 

Fairfield. NJ 

BUAD 

Debbie Cilley 

Moorseville. NC 
Geology 



Jack R. Godwin 

Goldsboro, NC 
Phys. Ed. 

Carmen I. Gonzalez 

Bayamon. Puerto Rico 

BUAD 

Patricia Kay Granger 

Wilmington, DE 
BUAD/Economics 




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Monda S. Griggs 

Salisbury. NC 
Elementary Ed. 

Kimberly Ann Hamilton 

Bennettsville. SC 
Elementary Ed 

William Coburn Happer 

Durham. NC 
BUAD 



jonn Daniel Harris 

Sparta NC 
Drama 

Julie Ann Hearn 

China Crove. NC 
BUAD 

Brenda Gail Henson 
MocKsvme NC 
Accounting 



SENIORS 



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Gloria Ann Hill 

Statesville, NC 
Elementary Ed. 

Valerie Justina Hill 

Pollecksville. NC 
BUAD 

Donna Kaye Hincner 

Ennice, NC 
BUAD 



Gregory Wayne Honeycutt 

Salisbury, NC 

BUAD 

Julie Lynn Honeycutt 

Lake Park, FL 
Corrective Ttier. 

Calvin Edward Hudgins, Jr. 

Charlotte, NC 
Ptiys. Ed. 



William H. Huntley 

Wadesboro. NC 

BUAD 

Pamela Jane Hylton 

Salisbury, NC 
BUAD 

Richard Charles Izze, Jr. 

Caithersburg, MD 
Social work 



William Alfred Hicks 

High Point, NC 
Phys. Ed. 

Clifford Joseph Higgs 

Milforti. CT 
Pre- law/Political Science 




SENIORS 



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Walter Lee James 

Jacksonville, NC 
Drama 

Blanche E. Jamison 

Port Norrls. NJ 
BUAD 

Roy A. Johnson 

Hickory, NC 
Political Science 



Patricia M. Joyce 

Wayne. NJ 
BUAD 



Timothy C. Joyce 

Wayne, NJ 
BUAD/Economlcs 



Steven Paul Katz 

Tonawanaa, NY 
Prelaw 

Ann M. Kirkman 

Lexington. NC 
Sociology/Social Work 

ROSS K. Klopp 
Richland, PA 
BUAD 



SENIORS 



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Elaine Koontz 

Mocksville, NC 
Music Ed. 



Louis Edward Kraft 

Newark. DE 
Adaptive Phys. Ed/Special Ed. 



Mark Curtis Lane 

Chesapeake. VA 
Forestry 

Jason Christian Laws 

River Rouge. Ml 
History 

Robert Paul LeBlanc 

Randolph, NJ 

BUAD 



Paul Michael Levitski 

Berwick, PA 
Chemistry 

Oneida H. Lloyd 

Spencer, NC 
BUAD 

Linda Lundquist 

New Orleans, LA 
Political Science 




SENIORS 



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Kathryn Ellen Lyons 

Columbia, MD 
BUAD 

Shari Jeanne Marshall 

paoli. PA 

English/Poli- Sci. /Speech 

Timothy Mbaeri 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD/Economics 



Mark Edward Michael 

Lexington, NC 
BUAD 

Timothy Ward Michael 

Lexington, NC 
BUAD/Economics 

Johnny Irvin Miller 

Mocksville. NC 
BUAD 



Philip A. Moore 

Hanover, PA 
Social work 



Becky Lynn Muse 

Salisbury. NC 

Special Ea/Psycnologv 



SENIORS 



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Timothy Richard Myers 

Lexington, NC 
BUAD 

Maris Ann Palmer McCullough 

Oak Ridge. TN 
BUAD 

Sandra Leigh McDaniel 

Salisbury, NC 
Admin. Office Mgt. 



Susie Annette Mcintosh 

Salisbury, NC 
Computer Science 

Aimee Elizabeth McRee 

Maiden. NC 
BUAD 

Lisa Dora Jane Nabors 

statesville, NC 
Psychology 



David Bryan Oxendine 

Pembroke, NC 
Drama 

Frances Caroline Pearson 

Caitnersburg, MD 
BUAD '/Public Ad 

Jayne Peeler Petrea 

Salisbury, NC 
Elementary Ed. 



Thomas Verne Phillips 

Mathews, NC 
BUAD 

Lynn Ann Poffenbarger 

Charlotte, NC 
BUAD 

Carla W. Prevette 

Mocksvllle. NC 

BUAD 




SENIORS 



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Jill Sawyer Pruett 

Salisbury, NC 
BUAD/Computer Science 



Terry Lee Radford 

Caston/3. NC 
Phys Ed 

Stanley Edward Randall 

Mocksville, nc 

BUAD 

Meg Reinhart 

Jenkintown, PA 
Sociology/Social Work 



Anita Carol Richardson 

ml Cilead. nc 
Math 

Lisa Colleen Riley 

Charlotte, NC 
Social Work 

Lisa A. Rizzolo 

Pitman. NJ 
English 



Victor Aparicio Robinson 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Phys. Ed 

William A. Ryan 

Joppa. MD 
BUAD 

Archibald Caldwell Rufty, Jr. 

Salisbury, NC 

BUAD 



SENIORS 



103 



Gregory Dean Sheetz 

Charlotte. NC 
BUAD 

Susan Sidden 

Traphill, NC 
Biology 

Charles David Sigler 

Berlin, PA 
BUAD/Economics 



Melanie L. smith 

Conover. NC 
BUAD/Admin. Office Mgt. 

Patrick H. Smith 

Concord, NC 
Geology 

Ericka V. Southworth 

Richmond, VA 
Accounting/BUAD 



Patricia Lee Spain 

Salisbury, NC 
Elementary Ed. 

Debbie Lynn Sterner 

Orangeville, PA 
Public Rec. 

Michael Glenn Stewart 

Marsnvllle, NC 
History 



Scott Charles schuler 

Winston-Salem. NC 
BUAD 




SENIORS 



104 




Pamela Jean Stolba 

Mt. Vernon, OH 

BUAD 

Kirk Lester strause 

Myerstown. PA 
Accounting 

William Bradford Styple 

Kearny, NJ 
History/Art 



Stephanie Diane Surgeon 

Leasburg, NC 
Social Work 



Dallas Susan St. 

Miami. FL 
Psychology 



Mary 



Clara Teresa Taylor 

King. NC 
Sociology/Social Work 

Stephen W. Taylor 

Winter Park. FL 
BUAD/Economics 



Gloria Dean Tillery 

Enfield. NC 
Psychology 

Randy Elwood Troublefield 

Linwood, NC 
BUAD 

Richard Leslie Ungemach 

Pittsburg. PA 
Accounting/BUAD 



SENIORS 



105 



Scottie Jay Vause 

Gastonia, NC 
Accounting/BUAD 

Kitt A. wade 

Caithersburg, MO 
BUAD 

Karen McCurry Wagoner 

Salisbury. NC 
Biology 



Dianna Kim Walker 

Seaford. DE 
Ther. Rec. 



Patricia Marie Walker 

AOvance. NC 
Ther. Rec. /Pub. Rec 



Robert Wayne Walker 

Keyser. wv 
Combuter science 

David Leigh Wallace 

Char/otte, NC 
BUAD 

Diane Anderson Walser 

Linwood. NC 
Computer science 




SENIORS 



106 




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William Clark warlick 

Statesville, NC 

BUAD 

Jacqueline S. Watson 

Spencer, NC 
Social Work 

Kevin Lane Weisgerber 

Cherry Hill, NJ 
Economics 



Stanley Ross welty 

Lancaster, PA 
Public Ad. 

James Holroyd West 

Salisbury. NC 
BUAD 

Donna Marie White 

Baltimore, MD 
Drama 



Rosemary Lee White 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Speech 

Cynthia E. Williams 

Fleetwood, NC 
Elementary Ed 

Twinkle Briggs Williams 

Lexington. NC 
Elementary Ed. 



Nancy R. Williamson 

Reldsville, NC 
Ther. Rec. 

Cynthia Ann Wilson 

Washinton, DC 
BUAD/Admin. Office Mgt. 

Bryan Raymond Wizna 

Carteret, NJ 
Computer Science 



SENIORS 



107 



Joseph Michael Abernethy 

Newton. NC 

Jimmie Davis Allen 

Favetteville, CA 

Toney Cecil Amos 

Winston-Salem. NC 



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Treasurer; Kimberli Kroh, 
Secretary; Janet Palacio, 
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Fredericka Letita Anderson 

Washington. DC 

Jean Basham 

Greensboro. /VC 

George E. Bauer 

Randolph. NJ 



Gina Connelly Belk 

Cleveland. NC 

Sandra L. Bennett 

Lexington. NC 

Craig Bergmann 

Silver Spring. /WD 




JUNIORS 



108 




Katherine Anne Boardman 

Athens. CA 

Lee Bobo 

Salisbury, MD 

Linda Diane Bowers 

Winston-salem. NC 



Teresa Ann Brady 

Robbins. NC 

Anne Briggs 

Salisbury, NC 

Timothy M. Brindley 

Tumersville. NJ 



Jean Frances Brown 

Hickory, NC 

Larry Donald Brown 

Charlotte. NC 

Edwin Harold Capps 

Burlington, NC 



William Corwin Carmichael 

Huntersville, NC 

Cal J. Cary 

Plantation. FL 

William B. Cheeks 

Salisbury. NC 



Cindy Anne Cherry 

Washington. NC 

Brian Lindley Church 

westneia. NJ 

Julia Aileen Chwalik 

Miami. FL 



JUNIORS 



109 



Terri Denise Cowan 

Sterling. VA 



Rose Mary Cox 

Ramseur, NC 



Janet Grace Cranson 

Penfield. NY 

Kim Paige Cropper 

Berlin. MD 

Elizabeth Johnstone Crowell 

Mocksville, NC 



Kelly Elaine Delahunty 

Pineville. NC 

Gary A. Dowell 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Christina Stella Elkins 

Lexington. NC 



Christopher Byron Ervin 

Moorseville. NC 

Howard John Esquirol 

Stratford. CT 

David Lee Fawcett 

west Hollywood, FL 




JUNIORS 



110 




Donna Elaine Fink 

Concord. NC 

Jill Marie Fink 

Concord. NC 

Tom H. Fleetwood 

Cherry Hill, NJ 



Karyl Owen Floyd 

Atlanta, CA 

Allen S. Frantz 

Chambersburg. PA 

Margaret Gene Frauendorfer 

Burlington, NC 



William Marc Graham 

Dunn. NC 

Patrice Simone Grant 

Salisbury, NC 

Michael Andrew Greene 

Thomasville. NC 



Julia Elizabeth Grimes 

Claremont. NC 




JUNIORS 



111 



Pamela Jo Gurganus 

RoDersonvllle, NC 

Cynthia Lee Hall 

Svlva. NC 

Twyla Elizabeth Hall 

woodleaf, NC 



Gregory Randolph Harrell 

Rockwell, NC 

Randal William Hart 

Falrview, NC 
Kris Hershey 

Williamsport, MD 





Daniel Stratton Hill 

west Hartford, cr 

Mark Anthony Hill 

Arden, NC 

John David Hinkel 

Kutztown, PA 




JUNIORS 



112 




Julie Elizabeth Jones 

Ft. Myers, FL 



William Curtis Hinson 

Tatum, SC 

Leigh Hodges 

Morganton. NC 

Christopher Lee Holshouser 

Faith, NC 



Sue Kathryn Holtzapple 

Prospect. KY 

Terri Houck 

Charlotte, NC 

Martin Creighton Huguley 

Tenaflv, HI 



Camille Hutchins 

Columbia, SC 

William E. Ingram 

Melbourne, FL 

John w. Jerrehian 

Malvern, PA 



Anthony Craig Johnson 

Eton College. NC 

Philip Scott Johnston 

Clemmons, NC 

Darlene Regina Jones 

Jacksonville, NC 



Raymond K. Jones 

Camden. NJ 



JUNIORS 



113 



Steve Hilton Jones 

Ft Myers. Ft 

Carol Harris Joyce 

Salisbury. NC 

Clen Adam Kallinich 

West Hartford. CT 



Teresa Ann Kellam 

Madison. NC 

Linda Faye Kesler 

Salisbury. NC 

Cathy Ann King 

Salisbury. NC 



Steve C. Kinney 

Randleman, NC 



Marsha Jolley Kirk 

Mt Pleasant. NC 



Kimberlie Lyn Kroh 

Pitman, NJ 

Vanessa Caye Leak 

Thomasville. NC 

Brenda Ann Liebler 

Woodstock. CT 




JUNIORS 



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Thomas Donald Lovette, 

Salisbury, NC 



Marilyn N. Lowe 

Granite Quarry, NC 

Heidi Anne Ludwig 

SaHsbury, NC 

James Randall Lyerly 

Granite Quarry, NC 



Sam Patrick Lynch 

Mathews, NC 

Letzen Olga Maldonado 

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 

Paul Brent Martin 

Winston-Salem, NC 



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David L Messick 

Newport News. VA 

Charlie Myers 

Rockwell, NC 

Todd Leigh McAlister 

Rlcntleld, NC 



JUNIORS 



115 



Amelia L. McCachren 

Salisbury. NC 

Anita Gayle McCray 

Winston-Salem, NC 

John A. Nalesnik 

Fairfield. NJ 



Patti L. Nimmo 

Malbern, PA 

Yvonne M. Nix 

Charlotte. NC 

Douglas Wingfield Northcutt 

Raleigh. NC 



Janet Elaine Palacio 

Jacksonville, FL 

Kevin A. Parks 

Camden. NJ 

Jeffrey David Pearson 

Rochester. NY 



John Chester Powell 

Hollidaysburg, PA 

Beverly S. Price 

Hickory. NC 

Charles Andrew Putzel 

Salisbury. NC 




Lisa Lynn Queen 

Spencer, NC 

Paul Thomas Quinn 

Salisbury. NC 
JUNIORS 



116 




David Harris Reed 

Lovettsvllle. VA 

Andrea Sue Reitzel 

Newton, NC 

Charlene Meredith Riddle 

Wingate. NC 



Robert Lee Ridenhour, jr. 

Concord. NC 

Terrill Scott Robinson 

Heatnsviile. VA 

Russell Alan Rossins 

Salisbury. NC 



Richard M. Royal 

Greensboro, NC 

Cynthia Gail Scott 

Mocksville, NC 

Jeffrey D. Selland 

Salisbury. MD 



Deborah Kluttz Sheffield 

Salisbury, NC 



Lisa Annette Sheppard 

Willlamston, NC 



JUNIORS 



117 



Sondra Renee Shuping 

Salisbury, NC 

Steven James Shuping 

Salisbury, NC 

Danny Ray Shutt 

Pleasant Garden. NC 



Howard Ray Simmons 

Linville, VA 

Mark Simpson 

North Webster. IN 

Deborah Smith 

Baltimore. MD 



Ginger Stodard 

Atlanta. CA 

Jeffrey R. Strang 

Linwooa. NJ 

Paula L Suttle 

Dobson. NC 



James Foster Taylor 

Salisbury. NC 

Annette C. Timberlake 

Durham. NC 

Robert Donald VanNoy 

Brentwood. NK 




JUNIORS 



118 




Kimberly Ann vazzana 

Lynnfield, MS 

Kimberly Marie Vinoski 

Salisbury. NC 

Jill Anne Waddell 

Mt. Lebanon. PA 



Dexter Andera waters 

LaCrange. NC 

Lee Ann Webb 

Salisbury. NC 

Elizabeth Dianne Weant 

Concord, NC 



Denise Elizabeth Whitaker 

Salisbury. NC 

Jennifer Lynn Wilhelm 

Charlotte. NC 

Mitchell Edwards Williams 

Durham, NC 



Sandy Lynne Wilson 

Baltimore. MD 



JUNIORS 



119 



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Kimberlyj. Alexander 

MercersDurg. PA 

Michelle Francine Alexander 

Lincolnton, NC 

Todd Armstrong 

Belmont. NC 

Andrea Nicole Atkins 

Baltimore. MD 



Cretchen Yvonne Austin 

Granite Falls. NC 

Benjamin Newton Banks 

Salisbury. NC 

Joe Edward Barbee 

wooaieaf. NC 

Gary I. Barnett 
Norw Palm Beacfi. R. 



David MacDougall Beach 
Raieign. nc 

Libby Beach 

Asnooro. NC 

Debbie Jean Beam 

Cherryville. NC 

Charles Allen Beatty 
cnanone. NC 




SOPHOMORES 



120 




Diane M. Beck 

Mt Laurel, NJ 

Ann Bobo 

Salisbury, MD 

John F. Bolton 

Randolph, NJ 

Catherine Maye Boon 

Burlington. NC 



Katie Branson 

Thomasville. NC 

Joy Denise Brown 

Salisbury. NC 

Martin Andrew Brown 

North Wilkesboro. NC 

Philip Jeffrey Bruce 

EMn, NC 



Robert M. Burke 

Salisbury, NC 

Susanna Maria Burleson 

Asheville, nc 

Larry Rodney Burton 

Thomasville. NC 

Laura Elizabeth Butterworth 

Asheville. NC 



Colleen F. Carey 

Berkley Heights. NJ 

Jennifer Dean Carpenter 

Salisbury. NC 

Michael Allen Carrick 

Thomasville. NC 

Andy Dean Chappell 

Jonesville. NC 



Tammy Jo Monique Chadwick 

Fort Washington, MD 

Kimberly Sue Charrot 

Palmyra, Pa. 

Karether Clark 

MocKsville. NC 

Rhonda Lynne Colclough 

HaaaonfielO, NJ 



SOPHOMORES 



121 



Glenn Clifton Connally 

Mebane, NC 

Cheri Lynn Connelly 

St Helens, OR 

Anne Marsn Cooper 

Salisbury, NC 

George w. Corson 

Miami, FL 



John Harvey Corriher 

Salisbury, NC 

Nick Anthony Costino 

Annandale. VA 



Angela Teresa Coulter 

Newton, NC 

Debbie Lou Craddock 

Walnut Cove, NC 



Angela Rae Crayton 

Stanfieia, NC 

James L. Crumel 

East Orange, NJ 



Thomas Vincent Crosby 

Salisbury, NC 

Michael James Cutter 

Miland, IN 

Mary C. Dapp 

Jonesville. NC 

Richard Keith Darwin 

Morganton, NC 




SOPHOMORES 



122 




Lynne Dedmon 

Salisbury. NC 

Laverne DeJournette 

Pelham. NC 

William Delaney 

Takoma Park, MD 

Jom Michael Dorminy 

Mt. Airy. NC 



Daniel David Dubree 

Aberdeen, MC 

Dietra Elaine Dulin 

Mocksville, -NC 

Paul P. Dziomba 

Audobon. Nl 

Bradd P. Eldridge 

Goshen, IN 



Carolyn Sue Eyler 

Wilson, NC 



Shawn Gabriel Faggart 

woodleaf, NC 



Hal Falls 

Concord. NC 



SOPHOMORES 



123 



Timothy M. Free 

York. PA 

Tammy Renee Freeze 

Salisbury. NC 

Sangree Mitchell Froelicher 

Washington. DC 

Daren Clinard Fuller 

Thomasville NC 



Christopher D. Gardner 

Kannapolis. NC 

Brett Garland 

Statesville. NC 

John G. Gaskey 

Salisbury. NC 

Gloria Jean Gines 

patuxtent River. MD 



James Christopher Gloster 

Charlotte. NC 

Frank Shannonhouse Glover 

Charlotte. NC 

Cynthia Marie Gormley 

Gettysburg. PA 

Courtney Ann Graham 

Moorestown. NJ 



Glenda Kaye Graham 

Kannapolis, NC 

Charlene Patricia Gray 

Salisbury. NC 

Edwina Eugenia Gray 

Salisbury. NC 

Marion Jerenette Greene 

Troy. NC 



Christine Ann Griffith 
Newfield, NJ 




SOPHOMORES 



124 




Edwin Cliburn Hamlin 

Eden, NC 

Heidi Jo Hanes 

Plantation, Ft 



Kevin P. Hardison 

Plymouth, NC 

Elizabeth I. Hartzler 

Chappao.ua, NY 



Franklin Whitfield Hepler 

Plantation, FL 

Mary Jo Herman 

Concord. NC 

Angela Kay Hill 

Miami, fl 

Charles H. Hillary 

Miami, FL 



James Harold Holmes 

Ramseur, NC 

Marcia Elaine Hoover 

Thomasville, NC 

Pamela Val Jeanne Home 

Charlotte, NC 

Cynthia L. Hosch 

Cooleemee. NC 



Rosanne Marie Howard 

Conover, NC 

Tanya Yvonne Huffines 

Burlington, NC 

Kimberly Lynn Hughson 

Cincinatti, OH 

George Lee Hunt 

Reldsville. NC 



SOPHOMORES 



125 



Peter S. lossi 

Arlington. VA 

Renae Jones 

Advance. NC 

Reggie Allen Keistler 

Cnariotxe. NC 

Luella Jean Ketner 

Lexington NC 



Amy Jo Kilbourne 

Wilmington. DE 

Eddie T. Kinney 

Randleman. NC 

Melanie Jean Kiser 
cnanotte NC 

Lori Kollar 

Potomac. MD 



Kimmer Sherrill Koontz 

Salisbury NC 

Laura Marie Kuechenberg 

San Francisco CA 

Brenda Kay Lane 

Chariotte. NC 

Jeffrey Paige Lane 
cnanotte nc 




SOPHOMORES 



126 




Samuel E. Lee 

Chapel Hill, NC 







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Barbara Ann Leitner 

Hendersonvllle, NC 

Laura Anne Leitner 

Hendersonville, NC 

Robert Earl Lippincott 

Northfieia, NJ 

Steve Young Livengood 

Thomasville, NC 



Judith Elaine Long 

Fort Lauderdale. FL 

Kevin M. Loughlin 

Marlton, NJ 

J.W. Loy 

Salisbury, NC 

Michael Mathew Lynch 

West Bridgewater, MA 



SOPHOMORES 



127 



Drew Mathews 

Fort valley. CA 

Edgar Sidney Matthews 

Lewisville, NC 

Dean J. Merritt, Jr. 

Anderson, SC 

Debbie L. Miller 

westland. Ml 



John B. Miller 

Latham, NY 

Kory M. Miller 
Wichita, ks 

Scott Frederick Mitchell 

Durham, NC 

Laurie J. Mongold 

Stanton, VA 



Skip Morgan 

Salisbury. NC 

Cindy Jean Morris 

Plantation, FL 



Scot Alexander McCachren 

Salisbury, NC 

Patrick F. Mccormick 

Cherry Hill. NJ 



DeDe U. McElveer 

Salisbury. NC 

Earl A. McMillon 

New London. NC 




SOPHOMORES 



128 



Lisa Ann Myers 

Advance. N.c 

wendi Elisa Nelson 

Chew Chase. MD 

Mario Nix 

Mt. Dora, FL 



Tracey M. Osborne 

Lexington. NC 

David J. Parker 

Hillsborough. NC 

Sandra Camille Parker 

Wilkesboro. NC 




Jeffrey Michael Potts 

Cedar Knolls. N] 

Sandra Lee Proctor 

Manassas. VA 

Julie Irene Ramseur 

Landis. NC 

Anne Cole Richardson 

Richmond, VA 



Robin Ritchie 

Salisbury. NC 

Ronda l. Ritchie 

Salisbury. NC 

Kimberli Ruth Robertson 

Taylor, SC 

Edwin Nathan Rohrbaugh 

Salem. VA 



SOPHOMORES 



129 



Melissa Ann Sagen 

Charlotte. NC 

Erika Sato 

Japan 

Kerry Lisa Schwarts 

Caithersburg, md 

Terry Linn Seamon 

Salisbury. NC 



Tom L Shealy 

Kingsport, TN 

Robert Bell Sheffield 

Norwood. NC 

Julie Lynette Shuping 

Salisbury, NC 

Mark E. Shuts 

Mt Laurel. NJ 



Lisa Marie Simon 

Delray Beach. FL 

Tavana Elaine smoot 

Mocksville, NC 

Scott snider 

Salisbury. NC 

Leslie S. sobert 

Winston Salem. NC 



Delores Lynn Summitt 

Salisbury. NC 

Jeffrey Shahane 

Greensboro. NC 



Lauren Linn Taylor 

Rockwell. NC 

Jennifer Anne Taylor 

Salisbury. NC 




SOPHOMORES 



130 



Mark William Teat 

Pineville. NC 

Samuel Alexander Towne 

Vienna, VA 

Stella M. Van Bergen 

Statesville. NC 



Dawn Annette wade 

Asheooro. NC 

Michael Charles walden 

Lexington. NC 

John Hayden Walls 

Northeast, ME 



Marcie Layne Webber 

Denver, PA 




Robert Brian Wilhelm 

Salisbury. NC 

Kimberly Denise Wilson 

Lexington, NC 

Sylvia Leigh Wilson 

C3/3X. NC 

David S. Wing 

Kensington, MD 



James Withee 

Madison. ME 

Brad Wayne woodruff 

Adarnsville, M 

Cynthia Ann Wright 

Houston. TX 

Sandra Jean Wright 

Frederick, MD 



SOPHOMORES 



131 



Susan Mary Abenilla 

Lighthouse Pt., FL 

James Buren Aldredge, III 

Richmond. VA 

Laura Jane Anderson 

Coldsooro, NC 

Odell Nebraska Armstrong 

castonia, NC 



C. Edwin Ashurst 

Roswell, CA 

Philip J. Barca 

Classboro, NJ 

Mark Charles Bastian 

Pittman, NJ 

Jeffrey Brian Bauer 

Moorestown, NJ 



Jonna Lee Bickerton 

Garrett Park, MD 

Lori Anne Bowen 

King, NC 

Richard A. Brundage 

Tenaflv, NJ 

Cordon Vancannon Brown 

Concord. NC 



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FRESHMEN 



132 







Sherry Lynn Buckner 

Burnsville. NC 

Christopher Lynn Burgess 

Plttsooro, NC 

Margriet Bussemaker 

The Netherlands 

James Timothy Butt 

Glassooro. NJ 



Kara Lynne Cadiz 

York, PA 

Arlis Ann Campbell 

kannapolls. NC 

Jervetta Renee Campbell 

Baltimore. MD 

Lydia Ann Campbell 

York, PA 



Mark Alton canady 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Robert W. Cardone 

Roseland, NJ 

Kevin Douglas Carlton 

Georgetown. KY 

Sandra Jeannette Cates 

Roxhoro, NC 



Michael John Cavanagh 

Davtona Beach, ft 

Robert Eric Cerami 

Miami, FL 

Tracy F. Cleghorn 

Statesvllle, NC 

Lewis Javan Cline 

statesvllle. NC 



Lawrence Edward coelln 

Basking Ridge. HI 

Joan v. cofiell 

MeOford lakes, NJ 

Margaret Ellen cox 

Wilton Manors. FL 

John Clark Current 

North mikesOoro. NC 



Mary Virginia Cushman 

Summersvllle. SC 

Christina Anne Daugherty 

Matthews. NC 

Kym Denise Davidson 

Dublin, VA 



Steve Grayson Dix 

High Point. NC 



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Richard 0. Eoerr 

Manassas. VA 

Craig P. Driscole 

Mine Hill, NJ 

Emily D. DuBois 

Pedrlcktown. NJ 

Jenny Lynn Duncan 

Red Springs, NC 



Pamela Lynn Dutton 

Charlotte. NC 

Terry Keith Earnhardt 

Concord. NC 

Sharon Anne Erhart 

Davidson. NC 

Robin Felicia Everhart 

Lexington, NC 



Kelii L Feike 

Bridgewater. NJ 

Jeffrey L Finkbiner 

Douglasville, PA 



Jackie E. Flanner 

Springfield, VA 

Stephen Paul Flood 

South Orange, FL 



William Edward Fowler 

Richmond, VA 

Teresa A. Free 

Rope, NC 



Samuel Wade Furches, III 

King, NC 

Paco Garcia 

Miami. FL 

Twana Denise Cardin 

Castonia. NC 

Stephen P. Censemer 

Allentown, PA 




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Steven Eric Centilcore 

Fort Lauderdale. FL 

Ed cettis 

Delran. NJ 

Emma Jean Greene 

Star. NC 

Lawrence Edward Creiner 

Leo/a. PA 



Donald F. Guthrie 

Pennsville. NJ 

John Keith Hall 

Tnomasville NC 

Kelly Joe Hall 

Orlando. FL 

Jeffrey Clark Hamley 

Martinsville. NJ 



David Lewis Harding 

Jacksonville. FL 

John Anderson Harris 

Carsollton. CA 




Kaye Hege 

Lexington. NC 

Doris Ann Hepler 

Advance. NC 



FRESHMEN 



135 



Mark Richard Hunnisett 

Big Spring, MD 

Richard Anthony lonni 

Charlotte. NC 

Karen Louise James 

Greensboro, NC 

Donna Marie Janney 

Pylesville, MD 



Rocky Rand Jarvis 

Wilksboro, NC 

Patti Anne Jeudevine 

Ft. Lauderdale. FL 

Keith Francis Johnson 

Moms Plains. NJ 

Tonya Renee Jones 

Mocksville. NC 



Lori Michelle Kates 

Lauderhlll. FL 

Tammy Nadine Kearney 

Newton. NC 

Cynthia Maria Kenlaw 

Washington. DC 

Anthony Hilton Kennedy 

Thomasville. NC 



Richard Leon Ketner 

Concord, NC 

Paul Wayne Kimbrell 

Linwood. NC 

Christina Berrie Kincaid 

Newton, NC 

Kenny Kinegardner 

Manassas. VA 



Mark Jason King 

Castonia, NC 

Steve Etnyre King 

Princeton. NJ 

Christal Kinney 

Randleman, NC 

Cynthia Jean Koch 

Naples. FL 



Linda Ann Krai 

Randolph, NJ 

Todd David Kymer 

Wharton. NJ 

Joseph T. LaFrance 

Marlton. NJ 

Steven Craig Leach 

Pitman, NJ 







FRESHMEN 



136 




Maurice Ruben Leak 

Wingate, NC 



Marcia Elise Lefler 

Rockwell, NC 



Tamala Deane Leonard 

Lexington. NC 

Tammy Bernette Lester 

Spencer, NC 

Tracy Jane Lewis 

Selbyvllle, DE 

Beth Morgan Ligon 

Salisbury, NC 



George C. Lilieholm 

Mountain Lakes, NJ 

Lorri Leigh Livengood 

Mocksvllle, NC 

Cassandra Lee Lockert 

Salisbury, NC 

Terri Lynn Lombardo 

Miami, FL 



Jeff W. Long 

Haaaon Heights, NJ 

Henry K. Love 

Blscoe, NC 

Hayley Dell Lowry 

Castonla, NC 

Mark Vincent Lusby 

Pocomoke, MD 



Jim Malcolm MacDonald 

Homael. NJ 

Derrick Jerome Mackey 

Cherryville. NC 

Sandra Elizabeth Maddox 

winston-salem, NC 

Patty B. Mayall 

Somerspolnt, WS 



FRESHMEN 



137 



Brian Patrick McAvenia 

Richmond, VA 

Judith Kay Mcculloch 

Lexington, NC 

Sheila Marie McCrath 

Turnersvlller. NJ 

Keith Thomas McLaughlin 

Newell, NC 



Winslow B. McMoore 

ROCK Hill. SC 

Susan Carol McRee 

Maiden, NC 

Diane Cecilia Mitchel 

Asheville, NC 

Amelia Sherrell Murray 

Mebane, NC 



John Edward Myers 

Rockwell, NC 

Philip M. Nappi 
Rocky Point, NY 

Peggy Noonan 

Kensington, MD 

Matthew Edward O'Brien 

Caithersburg, MD 



Scott Anthony Olson 

Dahlgrin, VA 



Jacquelynne Pearson 

Cleveland, NC 



Branson Andrew Pethel 

Salisbury, NC 

Alison Gail Petrea 

Faith, NC 

Jury A. Pina 

Miami, FL 

Elizabeth Carrington Poole 

Salisbury, NC 




FRESHMEN 



138 




Jeffrey Brent Poole 

Unwood, NC 

Maria Louise Proctor 

Manassas, VA 

David Dean Ray 

Haw River. NC 

Michael Lawrence Reese 

Tucker. CA 



Steve David Rega 

Hollywood. FL 

Angela Dawn Rogers 

Lexington. NC 

Keith A. Roper 

Asheboro, NC 

Timothy Ray Ross 

Statesvllle. NC 



Scott L. Royle 

Kernersville. NC 

Randall Mark Sailor 

Pitman, NJ 

Jeffrey E. Schlegel 

Vienna. VA 

Paul K. Seropian 

Rockville, MD 



Maureen Shay 

Salisbury, NC 



Sherry Rae Sherrill 

Newton, NC 



Patrick Shields 

Cherry Hill. NJ 

Laureen M. Sherwood 

Radford. VA 

Allison Maye Shinn 

Greensboro. NC 

Ralph Joseph Shipley 

Pitman. NJ 



FRESHMEN 



139 



iris Renita Sloan 

Leland, NC 

Sherri Anne small 

New London. NC 

Edward John smith 

Woodbury Hts.. NJ 

Keven Lamette Smider 

Salisbury, NC 




Sheila Kaye Stadler 

Mebane, NC 

Jacquelyn Kay Steele 

Denver, NC 

Gregory Ian Stewart 

Roseland. NJ 

Cecile Theresa Strudwick 

Jamaica 



Kathleen Margaret Sugrue 

Jacksonville, FL 

Catherine Anne Sullivan 

Bethesda, MD 

William E. Swenson, Jr. 

St. Pete, fl 

Richard Ray Teat 

Pineville. NC 




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Keith Stafford Thompson 

Roanoke. VA 

Michael Joseph Viola 

Manassas, VA 

Judy Ann viier 

Asbury. W 

Keffrey Glenn Webb 

Dallas, NC 



Eileen S. Weinman 

Kensington, MD 

Eric Lee welker 

Greensboro. NC 

Fred White 

Thomasvllle. NC 

Karl Joseph Wilmer 

Colonial Heights. VA 



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Sllversprtngs. MD 

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ORGANIZATIONS 



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Varsity Football 

Football Co-Captain 

First Team All-Conference Football 

Second Team All-District Football 

intramurals 

Student Court 

Alpha Chi — President 

Phi Epsilon 

Commerce Club 

Pioneer Business Manager 

Who's Who 

Co-Chief Junior Marshal 

Dean's List 

Presidential Honor Roll 

National Register of Outstanding College Graduates 




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May court Representative 

Class Favorite 

Homecoming Representative 

intramurals 

Majors Club 

Woodson Dormitory — Vice-President 

Head of Recruiting for Football Department 

Phi Epsilon 

Freshman coordinator 

Homecoming Queen 



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WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES 



Again?! It seems that every year they ask that 

question. "Who's Who?" This year the question will not 

go unanswereq. "Who" is the 26 stuqents you see in 

those pictures. (Co aheaq, look them over) . . . I'll wait 

here ... So what did you see? Just a bunch of kids 

right? Wrong! These kids went beyonq the AVERAGE 

stuqent level. Each pushing his energies into both 

scolastic anq social fields with awarq winning 

exuberance. That bunch over there did something 

almost unique — they qeciqeq to be better than just 

average! 








Charles Coiner, Karen Cranford, Rich Ungemach 



Elizabeth Weant, Chuck Sigler, Jill Fink, Susan Bacon 




Donna Hincher, Karen Wagoner, Sandy Wilson 



Donna White, Ken Carrick, Melanie Smith 



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Phil Moore, Bev Price, Monda Griggs 




Kimvazzana, Klmberli Kroh, Lynn Poffenbarger, Kathy Clark 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



"... and this could be ours!" 




The Student Government 

Association as we now know it is a 

55 year old organization which had 

its beginnings here on the 

Catawba campus in Salisbury in 

1926. To get a better look at the 

members of the student 

government association turn to 

the classes section of the SAYAKINI 

and start with "A" of the freshman 

class and end with "Z" of the 

senior class. Specifically, we are 

the SCA leaders with the purpose 

of representing the student 

thoughts, ideas and complaints to 

the student senate and the 

administration. The SCA is the 

strongest advisory body at 

Catawba. Our goal is to better our 

school and to improve and 

maintain a high quality of student 

life here at Catawba College. 



Shuford Abernethy, President 




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Charles Coiner, Vice-President 









Carmen Gonzalez, Secretary 



Rich Ungemach, Treasurer 



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Senators: Ross Klopp, Kim vazzana, Edwin Rohrbaugh, Cal Cary 



Jennifer Wilhelm, Junior Class President; Marcia Hoover, 
Sophomore Class President; Lynn Poffenbarger, Senior 
Class President; Rick Teat, Freshman Class President 




Paul Quinn, Day Student Representative; Dave Parker, Men's Representa- 
tive, Kathy Clark, Women's Representative 



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STUDENT COURT 



The Student Court is the organization of the SCA 
given the judicial authority to rule on all cases 
involving violations of college regulations. The court 
is composed of 10 students and 2 faculty advisors. 
The students hold the position of Chief Hearing 
Officer, Attorney General, or as either an appointed 
or elected representative from his class. The 
procedures of the court assure a fair trial to any 
student subpoenaed to appear before the court. 




Sandy Wilson, Chief Hearing Officer 



Robbie Sheffield, Attorney General 




Sitting: Amy Kilbourne, Robbie Sheffield Sandy Wilson, Cinny Cushman, Jean Basham, Dr. Jayme Kaniss, Advisor, Scottie vause, 
Elizabeth Weant, Bill Happer, Susan Walker, Todd McAlister, and Dr. Sanford Silverburg, Advisor 



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MEN'S 

RESIDENCE 

COUNCIL 




First row: Jeff Mayer, Dave Parker, Pat Price, Second row: John Marston, Charles Beatty, and 
Scottie Vause. (Not pictured — Sam Towne) 



The Men's Residence Council is the 
representative body for ail males residing on 
campus. The purpose of the council is to actively 
represent the suggestions, ideas and activities 
of all the male residents. The Council is presided 
over by the men's representative to the student 
government and the six dormitory presidents. 
All male students are members of the council, 
with the council encouraging every member to 
work toward the betterment of the campus 
community. Mrs. Ann Shaughnessy serves as the 
advisor, helping the council strive to actively 
represent all the men on campus. 



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WOMEN'S GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




Sitting: Susan Bacon, Kim Cropper, Kathy Clark, Kelly Delahunty, Second row: Patti Granger, Frances Taylor, Mrs. Coates, Mrs. Stanley, Third 
row: Denise Whitaker, Mary Battista, Elizabeth Beittel, Beverly Cooksey 




The Women's Government Association 
(WCA) is an organization designed to 
serve the women of Catawba, including 
on and off-campus females. During the 
year, WCA sponsors the Little 
Sister-Big-Sister program along with the 
Ice Cream party for all participates. WCA 
sponsored a Halloween Scavenger Hunt, 
sold carnations for Parents weekend, sold 
T-shirts for women, a pizza party, an 
exercise class and more. For another big 
project, the WCA sponsored a fashion 
show. Heading the WCA for the 1981-82 
year is Kathy Clark. 



Officers: Kathy Clark, President; Kim Cropper, Vice-President: Susan Bacon, 
Secretary 



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HOUSE COUNCILS 




WOODSON: Sitting: Karen James, Jean Brown, Meg Reinhart, Patti Granger, Sangree Froelicher, Kneeling: 
Coleen Carey, Lisa Riley, Standing: Mrs. Stanley, Mary Battista, Kim Vinoski, Haley Lowry, Julie Honeycutt, 
and Frances Taylor 




ZARTMAN: Sitting: Joan Meehan, Julie Ramseur, Courtney Graham, Tracey 
Osborne, Marilee Powell, Kimberli Kroh, Standing: Elizabeth Beittel, 
Angie Hill, Katie Branson, Gloria Cines, Aimee McRee and Kym Davidson 




NORTH: First row: Shari Marshall, Marcie Webber, Beverly 
Cooksey, Lynn Poffenbarger, Second row: Mrs. Coates, Sis- 
sy Daugherty, Sandra Bennett, Kathy Clark, Third row: 
Susan Bacon, Kelly Delahunty and Sandy Wilson 



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FRESHMAN COORDINATORS 




Kim Alexander, Amy Bumgarner, Kim Vinoski, Jean Basham, Julie Honeycutt, Lynne 
Dedmon, Shuford Abernethy, Lynn Poffenbarger, Julie Ramseur, Kim Vazzana, Kimberli 
Kroh, Marsba Kirk, Scottie Vause, Cal Cary, Melanie Smith, Charlie Beatty, Valerie Hill, 
Vanessa Leak, Susan Sidden, Linda Keasler, Kathy Boardman, and Fredricka Anderson 



ALPHA is an extensive 
orientation program set up to 
nelp incoming freshmen and 
transfer students make an easy 
adjustment to life at Catawba. The 
student counselors of the 
program, known as Freshman 
Coordinators, are assigned to a 
freshman academic advisor and a 
group of new students. During the 
four-day program, the Freshman 
Coordinators provide peer 
counseling (both academic and 
personal), answer any and all 
questions, and are ready listeners 
who really care. New Freshman 
Coordinators may apply in the 
Spring and are chosen by 
interview, and must have an 
overall CPA of 2.5. 



R.A.'S 




First row: Brent Martin, Moochle Coiner, Andy Putzel, Dave Parker, Mary Battista, 
Second Row: Richard Boyd, Bill Ingram, Mark Lane, Frances Taylor, and Dave Fawcett 



sitting: Kim Vinoski, Kelly Delahunty, Kathy 
Clark, Standing: Scott Schuler, James Withee 
and Greg Stadther 



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COLLEGE UNION BOARD 



The College union Board is an organization 

which brings various types of entertainment 

to the college campus. The CUB provides 

coffeehouses, concerts, dances, films, 

lectures, and tournaments for the enjoyment 

of the students at Catawba. We also offer 

many areas for the students to become 

involved in and see first-hand how the 

entertainment industry works. Some of the 

major productions for this year included The 

Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Marty Bear, 

Homecoming Dance, May Fest, and the 

inaugural Ball. 




Bob Budd, Chairman 




Rick Riedel, Advisor 



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Hap Welty, Maurice Scott, Karen Cranford, Chuck Sigler, Robert Pontious, Bob Budd 





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Maurice Scott, Films Committee Chairman 




Hap welty, Dance ana Concert committee Chairman 




Robert Pontious, Technical committee Chairman 



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Karen Cranford, Ideas and Issues Com- 
mittee Chairman 




Chuck Sigler, Treasurer 



Skip Morgan, Publicity Committee Chairman 




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MEDIA BOARD 




First row: Jill Fink, Bev Price, Dr. Sinnott, Second row: Hap Welty, Karen Cranford, Shuford Abernethy, Richard Boyd, Dr. Honaker, Herb 
Arnold, Mr. Dave Setzer, Phil Moore 

The Media Board consists of ten voting 
members to supervise and guide the progress of 
our communicating organizations. Membership 
is made up of the editors of the Bad Apple, the 
Pioneer, and the Sayakini along with the 
managers of wndn-fm. Also included are three 
student representatives selected by the student 
government executive council to represent the 
views of the general student body. The four 
faculty advisors to these organizations also 
participate in the advisory roll on the Media 
Board. The board meets at least twice each 
semester and makes the final selections of 
editors and managers. 



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SAYAKINI 




Jill Fink and Beverly Price, Co-Editors 




It was 3:00 a.m.! Partly cloudy with a slight 
chance of percipitation by mid-morning. While 
under one dull desk lamp slaved the ingenius 
editors of the campus BOOK, self-inducing shots 
of caffeine. All this just to make a deadline! In 
the limelight, with fingers punching electric 
buttons at lightning speed and James Bond 
accuracy, is Madam Fink. At her side is the 
equally venemous, whose feet are being eaten 
by pages, the Baronness Bev. Trying to sort the 
confusion awaits Liz, quietly. And for an 
encore performance sits Jeff, on experience. 
"This girl's picture doesn't belong here, she's a 
senior." "Who goes where?" "Great 
photography, Howard!" 

Others who go unmentioned we thank . . . 
APPLAUD. We couldn't have done it without you. 



Howard Simmons, Head Photographer 



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First row: James Withee, Kim Hughson, Courtney Graham, Bev Price, Howard Simmons, Second row: Chris Elkins, Leigh Hodges, Kimberli 
Kroh, Jennifer Wilhelm, Julie Ramseur, Elizabeth Weant, Glenn weidner, Rick Ketner, John Nalesnik, Jill Fink 



Elizabeth weant, Business Manager 




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Photographers, Rick Ketner, Glenn Weidner, John Nalesnik 







James Withee, Copy Editor 



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THE PIONEER 



This year's Pioneer consisted of over 40 

enthusiastic and devoted members who aimed 

to bring you up-to-date on interesting news and 

what happened throughout the course of the 

1981-82 academic year. Citing notable people — 

students, faculty, administration and community 

standouts — and important events, the Pioneer 

staff hoped to present a diversified publication. 

The staff, the largest in ouite some time, has 

improved drastically, not only in size but also in 

quality. The editor, though conceited and cocky, 

learned more about life through this experience 

than any other he has had here at Catawba. And 

he does not regret a minute of it. The entire 

staff wishes everyone a very nice summer. To all 

the graduating seniors, take care and good luck! 




Phil Moore, Editor 





Yvonne Nix, Layout Editor 



Cal Cary, Associate Editor 



Sam Lynch, Sports Editor 




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Monda Cirggs, Circulation Manager 



Susan Sidden, Secretary 




Sitting: Howard Simmons, Valerie Hill, Lydia Campbell, Phil Moore, Mo Shay, First row: Susan Bacon, Monda Griggs, Cathy Boon, Sue 
Burkholder, Kathy Lyons, Yvonne Nix, Susan Sidden, Nikki Atkins, Ken Cat-rick, Second row: Clenn Weidner, Rick Criggs, Cal Cary. Tanya 
Huffines, Kim Cropper, Third row: Shuford Abernethy, Tom Crosby, Debbie Miller, Susan stunda, Jim Shebest and Ed Strozyk 



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BAD APPLE 




Karen wagoner. Cynthia Clark Judy Chwalik 



Jo Lawlor Laura Burcerworth Karen Cranford 



As the college literary magazine. BAD APPLE provides students 
with an opportunity to publish their creative works. One of its 
primary goals is the promoting of the liberal arts on campus. 
Anyone interested is eligible for membership on the staff and 
students, faculty, and staff are welcome to submit poetry, prose, 
art. and photography for publication, inquiries and manuscripts, 
accompanied with a brief biographical sketch, may be addressed 
to BAD APPLE Catawba College. 



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ON BEING HAPPY 
Last night while I was feeling happiness 
Many were feeling sadness. 
I know this. 
And l am truly sorry for them. 

But if l spend all my happy time 

Feeling their sadness 

When sadness comes to me 

I will have no past happiness 

To pull me through 

And make life worth living. 

I know this. 

So l struggle daily to emphathize 

Without tainting my happiness. 

Nancy Walton Adams 




TIME 

Time ... is a memory 

with no meaning, 

and no form . . 
Until with gentle touches, 

and sincere words, 

we shape it into love. 

Arlis Campbell 



John Morehead 



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WNDN — FM 




Sitting: Elizabeth Hartzler, Judy Long, Brian Church, William Hollar, Hal Falls, Maurice Scott, Robert Cardone, Standing: Richard Boyd, 
Howard Simmons, Shuford Abernethy, Steve "Slick" Centilcore, Paul Dziomba, Jack walls, Darlene Jones, Alan Critch, Tom Crosby, Robin 
Miller, David Beach, Jeff Mayer, Bernard Cheeks, John Harris, Mike Simmons, Steve Rich, Brad Walworth and Herb Arnold 

All forms of music found their way 

into the stereos of Catawba's 

students from WNDN's staff. Heavy 

Rock-n-Roll was spurred on by Pat 

Price, Brian Church, Andy Stump, Jack 

Walls and the Viking Duo. Rhythm & 

Blues, soul & disco were roped and 

tried by the Big B, Lady DJ, David 

Thompson and Maurice Scott. Top 40 

was ridden by Herb Arnold, Richard 

Boyd, Paul Dziomba, Hal Falls and 

Steve Rich. The old classics were 

corraled by Ed Asherst, while David 

Beach whipped the news into place. 

Jeff Mayer stampeded the best in 

beach music. WNDN was directed by 

the riding skills of managers Richard 

Boyd and Herb Arnold who usually 

just shot the bull. Advisor to the 

station is Dr. Gerald Honaker who 

branded all hands for a good year. 

Judy Long and Elizabeth Hartzler, Publicity Chairpersons 




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Herb Arnold, Co-Station Manager 



Bernard Cheeks, Music Director and "Most Valuable Station 
Member" 




Richard Boyd, Co-Station Manager 



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David Beach, News Director 



Brian Church, Music Director 




Darlene Jones, Public Service Announcements Director 




Linda Bowers, Music Director 



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CHPER-Academy 




Angie Coulter, Sue Holtzapple, Skip Kraft, Moochie coiner, Brenda Dietrich, Rick Royal, Lisa Belton, Nancy Williamson, Sue Burkholder, Jill 
Waddell, Cindy Potter, Liz Calio, Lori Anne Bowen, Fran Pearson, Tina Whittington, Advisors: Dr. Whitley and Dr. Meyer. 




The CHPER-Academy is 
composed of corrective therapy, 
health, physical education and 
recreation majors. The club 
attempts to stimulate a wide 
active interest, and present 
professionalism in these areas. The 
club strives to maintain 
cooperation socially with the 
majors, faculty and alumni, as well 
as related professional groups in 
the area. The club sponsored a 
Wheelchair Basketball game, 
Spring Fest activities, and various 
other activities. 



Officers: Rick Royal, President; Sue Burkholder, Vice-President; Tina Whittington, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Fran Pearson, Spring Fest Chairman 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC AND RECREATION 

ASSOCIATION 




Kneeling: Brenda Dietrich, Ms. Whitley, Terri Pepper, Sue Burkholder, Chris Griffith, Angie Crayton, Tina Whittington, Marion Greene 
Standing: Ms. Hall, Diane Beck, Lisa Belton, Lori Anne Bowen, Adrienne Bass, Rose Cox, Debbie Craddock, Sherry Buckner, Cindy Potter. 



The Women's Athletic and 

Recreation Association is a 

campus club consisting of any 

person interested. It provides 

opportunities and support for 

participation in various 

recreational activities and 

encourages participation in 

athletics and intramurals. 




Officers: Angie Crayton, Publicity Chairman; Adrienne Bass, Publicity Chairman; Rose Cox, 
President; Debbie Craddock, Secretary-Treasurer; Tina Whittington, Vice-President 



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WANTU-WANZURI 




First row: Lisa Sheppard, Cina Hill, Pam Home, Cynthia Wilson, Sheila Black, Cyrette Cotten, Second row: Elaine Dullin, Vanessa Leak, 
Stephanie Surgeon, Annette Timberlake, Blanche Jamison, Fredericka Anderson, Regina Bynum 

The Wantu-Wanzuri is a 
student organization 
designed to enhance the 
minority perspective and to 
establish a better rapport 
between minority and 
non-monority students, as 
well as create a stronger 
unity among minorities 
themselves. The name 
Wantu-Wanzuri means 
"beautiful people." A list of 
objectives serves as a 
guideline for activities 
which are sponsored and 
programs for freshman 
orientation, Black History 
Week and recruiting. 
1981-82 Mr. Wantu-Wanzuri 

Dwayne Brewington 

1981-82 Miss Wantu-Wanzuri 

Fredericka Anderson 

Officers: Cina Hill, Reporter; Lisa Sheppard, Treasurer; Vanessa Leak, Secretary; Fredericka 
Anderson, Vice-President; Cynthia Wilson, President. 




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COMMERCE CLUB 



The purpose of the CatawPa College Commerce 

Club is to bring together students, faculty, and 

administration who are interested in 

business-oriented curriculums through social and 

professional contacts. This is done through 

organizations, industries, and related businesses, 

thus integrating the theoretical approach of a 

college curriculum and the practical outlook of the 

practicing businessman. 




OFFICERS: Melanie Smith, President; Kimberli Kroh, Secretary; 
Lynn Poffenbarger, Treasurer; Ross Klopp, Vice-President 




Outside row: Lynn Poffenbarger, Kimberli Kroh, Pam Evans, Susan Sidden, Jean Basham, Pamela Curganus, Debbie Craddock, Kathy Clark, 
Debbie Miller, Karen Cranford, Fran Pearson, Carmem Gonzalez, Susan McRee, Pam LeBlanc, Judy Tyndall, Kim Alexander, Amy Kilbourne, 
Susan Bacon, Beverly Cooksey, Donna Hincher, Kim Cropper, Marcie Webber, Diane Beck, Richard Boyd, Shuford Abernethy, Melissa Rowe, 
Mary Battista, Brenda Lane, and Ericka Southworth, inside row: Ross Klopp, Melanie Smith, Joe Abernethy, Jeff Mayer, Charles Beatty, 
David Parker, Bob LeBlanc, William Huntley, Martin Huguley, Chuck Sigler, Bill Happer, Robert Cooper, Al Frantz, John Harris, Scottie Vause, 
Ken Criss, Jeff Davis and Cal Cary. 



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First row: John Sacco, Eddie Carmichael, Kerry Schwartz, Second row: Diane Dover, Donna Hincher, Laura Butterworth, Karen 
Wagoner, Susan Sidden, Christy Denny, Johnny Dunn, Third row: Fredericka Anderson, John Harris, Fourth row: Paul Dziomba, Al 
Frantz. Scott Robinson, Charlie Myers, Dave Fawcett, Pat Smith, Keith Thompson, and Dr. Baranski. 




7g?MfZs% SCIENCE CLUB 



The Science Club of Catawba College is the 
organization that opens its membership to any 
students that possess a genuine interests in the 
sciences. Its purpose is to stimulate an interest in 
the fields of science and to bring student awareness 
to current achievements and activities in the fields. 
President of this year's club is Eddie carmichael. 



Officers- Karen wagoner, CANCAS president: Dave Fawcett, Vice- 
President- Eddie carmichael, President; Susan Sidden, Treasurer; Dr. 
Michael Baranski, Advisor. (Cindy Clark, Secretary; not pictured) 



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POLITICAL SCIENCE 

CLUB 

The Political Science Club consists of students who 
are interested in this specific area of the sciences. 
There are three purposes for the club: 1) to encourage 
scholarship and academic achievement in the study of 
political science; 2) to develop a sense of group feel- 
ing, among political science and public administration 
majors, and 3) to develop rapport between faculty and 

students. 




President, Hap Welty 




Dr Sanford Silberburg, Advisor; Dr. Jayme Kaniss, Advisor; Steve Katz, Randy sailor, Bill Graham, Shari Marshall, Julie Ramseur, 
Hap welty 



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SOCIAL WORK CLUB 




The Social Work Club is an 
organization on campus that 
focuses its goals on campus as 
well as community affairs. 
Remember the crafts sales in 
the lobby of the Ad. Building? 
This club worked in co-op with 
the Tri-County Mental Health 
Clinic in providing these sales 
in order to raise money for the 
clinic and the club. The Social 
work Club also sponsors a TOYS 
FOR TOTS program before 
Christmas. 




First row: Mr. Hartsell, Advisor. Lori Dilger, Donna Crouse, Ms. Free, Meg Reinhart, Jennifer Wilhelm, Stephanie Surgeon, Michele 
Barron, second row: Rick Izze, Lisa Riley, Dexter Waters, Teresa Taylor, Dr. Sell, Herb Arnold. 



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STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




Sitting: Dr. Shirley Ritchie, Advisor, Janet Palacio, Lydia Campbell, Monda Griggs, Patsy Spain, Chris Elkins, Standing: Jackie 
Cross, Renae Jones, Arliss Campbell, Jill Fink, Leigh Hodges, Elizabeth Weant, Lynne Dedmon 



"Jimmy just fell and cut his knee. 

What am I supposed to do?" "I think 

Laura needs special help. How can I 

get it for her?" "Charles is such a 

problem in class. What can I do about 

his behavior?" 

The Student Education Association 

brings speakers to its meetings to 

answer ouestions such as these. 

Everyone interested in the field of 

education is urged to join this 

organization in order to keep 

informed about issues and trends in 

their field. Jill Fink is the president of 

SEA for the 1981-82 school year. 




Officers: Sitting: Monda Criggs. First Vice-President: Patsy Spain. Secretary: Stand- 
ing: Elizabeth Weant, Treasurer; Jill Fink, President; Janet Palacio, Second Vice- 
President 



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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 




The Student Christian 
Association consists of students 
and faculty members of various 
races and creeds united by a 
common loyalty to Jesus Christ. In 
the fellowship of the Christian 
Church, they seek to understand 
the will of Cod through worship, 
study, and action. President of the 
SCA is Bob Walker, some of the 
major SCA activities include chapel 
services, work with the Nazareth 
Children's Home, and Religious 
Perspectives Week. 



Officers: Lori Dilger, Vice President of Religious Affairs; Ginny Cushman, Vice Presi- 
dent of Student Affairs; Bob walker, President; Lydia Campbell, Secretary; Jeff Pearson, 
Treasurer 




First row: Margaret Frauendorfer, Kristal Kinney, Lori Dilger, Ginny Cushman, Lydia Campbell, Maris 
McCullough, Nikki Atkins, Lynn Shuping, Rev. Helm, Second row: Teresa Taylor, Paul Dziom'ia, Judy Jones, 
Bob Walker, Laura Anderson, Herb Arnold, Brad Bost, Chris Irving, Jeff Pearson 



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NORTH CAROLINA STUDENT LEGISLATURE 




Sitting: Cliff Higgs, Randy Sailor, Shari Marshall, Paula Suttle, Martin Brown, Standing: Edwin Hamlin, Margaret Busemaker, Bill 
Graham, John Nalesnik, and Debbie Miller 



The North Carolina Student 

Legislature is an educational 

opportunity which has Peen offered 

to the college students of N.c. for 

over forty years. It is the oldest 

student legislature in the country, yet 

it is concerned with current and 

future issues and proPlems which 

face the state. NCSL offers an 

opportunity to learn the legislative 

process and the chance to participate 

in the formulation of solutions to 

many proPlems which face the 

citizens of N.C. 





Chairperson, Shari Marshall 



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PSI CHI 




Sitting: Karen Alexander, Kim Vinoski, Robin Ritchie, Ginger Stodard, Janet Cranson, Standing: Dr. Maynard Rich, 
Ronda Ritchie, Becky Muse, Lisa Neighbors, Larry Campbell, and Dave Parker 




Psi Chi is the national honor society 
in psychology. The purpose of Psi Chi 
is to honor outstanding students in 
psychology who have demonstrated 
superior academic performances and 
leadership in psychology, and to 
nurture interest in both personal and 
professional development. Special 
thanks to Dr. Maynard Rich for his 
time, support, and encouragement as 
advisor to Psi Chi. 



Officers: Karen Alexander— Vice-President, Becky Muse— President, Robin Ritch- 
ie — Secretary, Dave Parker — Treasurer 



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ALPHA CHI 



It is quite a privilege to be inducted into 

Catawba's highest honor society, Alpha Chi. 

For election to the society, one must meet 

the following requirements: 1) be a Junior 

with a C.P.A. of 3.7 or higher, 2) be a Senior 

with a C.P.A. of 3.5 or higher, and 3) be 

nominated and selected by the faculty. Alpha 

Chi brings speakers to campus annually in an 

attempt to enrich the scholary life of 

Catawba's students and the college 

community. Alpha Chi members chose Ken 

Carrick to serve as president for the 1981-82 

year, and advisors are Dr. Kenneth Sell, Dr. 

Bethany Sinnott, and Dr. Michael Baranski. 




Officers: Karen Cranford, Vice-President; Donna White, Secretary; Ken 
Carrick, President; Rich Ungemach, Treasurer 




First row: Monda Griggs, Sue Burkholder, Brenda Henson, Kimberli Kroh, Sandy Wilson, Yvonne Nix, Elaine 
Koontz, Second row: Shuford Abernethy, Jill Fink, Brent Martin, Ken Carrick, Elizabeth Weant, Kim Vinoski, 
Rich Ungemach, Cindy Clark, Fran Pearson, and Karen Cranford 



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First row: David Oxendine, Sandra Bennett, Shuford Abemethy, Bev Price, Elizabeth Beittel, Donna White, Janet Palacio, Julie Honeycutt, 
Second row: Diana Walker, Sandy Wilson, Ken Carrick, Herb Arnold, Cal Cary, Dr. Sinnott — advisor, Rich Ungemach, Ross Klopp, Melanie 
Smith, Jill Fink, Elizabeth Weant, Chuck Sigler, Kimberli Kroh, and Fran Pearson 




PHI EPSILON 

Phi Epsilon is an honor society 
with a membership of 30 Junior 
and Senior students. Election to 
membership is based upon the 
character, leadership and service 
of those students eligible by virtue 
of their scholarship record. The 
purpose of the organization is to 
unite the outstanding members of 
the student body as members of a 
single group in order to promote 
scholarly and cultural activites. 
This year's club activities, under 
the direction of president Ross 
Klopp included meeting with the 
new President and selling Catawba 
cups. 



Officers: Cal Cary, Vice-President: Jill 
Chairman; Elizabeth Weant, Social 
Advisor. 



Fink, Secretary-Treasurer; Julie Honeycutt, social 
Chairman; Ross Klopp, President; Dr. Sinnott, 



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BLUE 
MASQUE 




First row: Joan Meehan, Teresa Free, Amy McCachren, Elizabeth Beittel, Teresa Brady, Second row: 
Marilee Powell, Dean Meritt, Linda Kesler, Keith Demarco, Joe Barbee, Third row: Annette Timberlake, 
Kathy Boardman, Jeff Bruce, John Harris, David Oxendine, Tim Ross, Chris Pittman, Kevin Hardison, Fourtn 
row: Matt O'Brien, David Beach, Bill Delaney, Jim Gloster, Cheri Connelley, Scot McCachren, Snooky James, 
Patti Cray 



The Blue Masque is comprised of 

extremely talented and hardworking 

individuals who are dedicated to 

theatrical and dramatic arts and activities. 

Working in cooperation with the drama 

department, the Blue Masque produces 

at least four student directed full-length 

productions, various one-act plays and 

workshops during the academic year. The 

purpose of the club is to promote 

interest in theatre and to encourage 

dramatic activity on campus and in the 

community. President of the Blue Masque 

is Elizabeth Beittel and advisor is Mr. T.D. 

Ringenberg. 




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Officers: Elizabeth Beittel, 
President; Joan Meehan, Secretary; 
Amy McCachren, Patron Secretary; 
Marsha Kirk, Historian; Teresa Free, 
Social Chairman; Scot McCachren, 
Public Relations Director; Linda 
Kesler, Vice-President; Keith 
Demarco, Treasurer 




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FRAULEIN SCHNEIDER 
FRAULEIN KOST 
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Choreography by 
Donna White 

Costumes and Scenery by 
James Parker 

Technical Direction by 
Thomas D. Ringenberg 



Dean Merritt 

Chris Pittman 

Geoffrey Honaker 

Marilee Powell 

Lauren Taylor 

Kory Miller 

Simone Grant 

Debbie Beam 

Teresa Brady 

Kym Davidson 

Marsha Jolley Kirk 

Lois Wolf 

David Beach 

Jeff Bruce 

Walter James 

Scot McCachren 

David Rowell 

Matt O'Brien 

Netta Campbell 

Steve Gentilcore 

Joe Barbee 

Clark Current 

Carolyn Eyler 

Cheri Connally 

Kim Robertson 

Tim Ross 

Debbie Smith 

Brad Walworth 



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Don Baker David Oxendine 

Jill Tanner Cecile Strudwick 

Mrs. Baker Kathy Boardman 

Ralph Austin Jim MacDonald 

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by Frederick Knott 
Dayna A. Anderson, DIRECTOR 
COSTUME & SCENIC DESIGN LIGHTING DESIGN 

James Parker Bob weidner 

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR 

Thomas D. Ringenberg 



THE CAST 

Margot Wendice Elizabeth Beittel 

Max Holliday Kevin Smith 

Tony Wendice James Closter 

Captain Lesgate Kory Miller 

Inspector Hubbard Edwin Ashurst 




Photos by Bob Weidner 



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BEHIND THE 
SCENES 




Behind the scenes . . . it's 
more than practice! The 
magic comes with the drop 
of the hat, the opening of a 
door, the sparkle from 
above, and the recycled 
syllables fall light, like an 
autumn leaf on the people 
below. Along this Odyssey 
lie treacherous turns, alas! 
Over a beaten trail march 
our heroes; they talk in a 
drawout studder. The glow 
from above boils their eyes 
deep in their sockets. 
Bleeding fingers 
downstairs, avoiding 
curtain calls, take their 
private bows. And then 
above a light of order, 
showing the way. Finally 
the director of a harmonic 
symphony pointing for 
flute, punching for horn. 
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while a shaky curtain rises 
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CAST 

Father Rivard David Oxendine 

Amos Scot McCachren 

Erna Prindle Linda Kesler 

Toby Felker Bill Delaney 

Sister Rita Teresa Free 

Mrs. Shandig Amy McCachren 

Prosecutor Kevin Smith 

Monsignor Nicholson Kevin Hardison 

Louise Margaret Frauendorfer 





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DAY STUDENT COUNCIL 




The Day student Council's 
function is to attempt in every 
way possible, to enhance the 
campus life for the Day Students. 
This is accomplished through 
reacting to suggestions, 
resolutions, or complaints from the 
students themselves, and the 
initiation of innovative projects 
relating to the Day Student's 
interests. After all, DAY STUDENTS 
ARE PEOPLE TOO! 



First row: Robert Cooper, Anne Cooper, Lee Ann Webb, Second row: Paul Quinn, Carrie 
Poole, John Harris, Third row: Anne Briggs, Greg Greene, Chris Loy, Fourth row: Brenda 
Henson, Darlene Jones, Kevin James, Benjamin Banks, Keith DeMarco 




Anne Cooper, Treasurer: Paul Quinn President: Lee Ann 
Webb, Secretary 



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BAND 




First row: Paul Dziomba, Herb Arnold, Linda Bowers, Pamela Curganus. Second row: Tom Lovette, Yvonne Nix, Harvey 
Corriher, Shuford Abernethy. 




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The Catawba College band is really two organizations in one. The student members play in a 
pep band for nearly all home football and basketball games, and can be seen in their blue hats 
and bright red vests, in their other role, the student members, along with several people 
from the community, make up the Catawba Civic Band, which performs twice a year in a 
Christmas and spring concert. Both bands are under the direction of Mrs. Susan Shores. The 
band is made up of college students interested in continuing their activity in music. Band is a 
one hour credit class which meets three times a week and at games and other performances. 



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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 



The Psychology Club is composed of 

psychology majors and other upperclassmen 

who may be interested in majoring in this 

field. Career people in psychology and 

related fields are invited to participate in the 

meetings thus widening the interest in 

vocational opportunities in the field. 




Officers: Frances Taylor, Vice-President; Ginger Stodard, President; Herb 
Arnold, Secretary-Treasurer 




Derek Ramsey, Ann Bobo, Kris Hershey, Frances Taylor, Tammy Chadwick, Herb Arnold, Heidi Ludwig, Jean Brown, Dave Parker, 
Ginger Stodard, Vinny Trimarchi, Maria Proctor, Robin Ritchie, Kim Charrot, Ronda Ritchie 



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GOSPEL CHOIR 




First row: Michele Barron, Regina Bynum, Jervetta Campbell, Darlene Jones, Cecile Strudwick, Valerie Hill, Cynthia Wilson, 
Blanche Jamison, Fredericka Anderson, Second row: Pam Home, Sandra Cates, Eleaine Dullin, Stephanie Surgeon, Vanessa Leak, 
Annette Timberlake, Third row: Bernard Cheeks, Earl McMillan, Tony Amos, Mitchell Smith, and Odell Armstrong 




The Catawba College Gospel Choir is 
an organization that promotes spiritual 
uplift through songs, praises, and 
fellowships. Membership is open to 
any student, by audition, who has an 
interest in gospel music and the 
ability to sing gospel music. 



Officers: Pam Home. Secretary: Bernard Cheeks, 
Publicity Agent; Stephanie Surgeon, Director: 
Cynthia Wilson, Treasurer; Fredericka Anderson, 
Booking Agent; Tony Amos, Pianist and Regina 
Bynum, President, (not pictured: waiter James, 
Vice-President and Assistant Director) 



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First row: Regina Bynum, Marsha Kirk, Elaine Koontz, Laureen Sherwood, Lauren Taylor, Michele Barron, Angle 
Case, Second row: Annette Timberlake, Blanche Jamison, Debbie Smith, Amy Bumgarner, Lisa Meyers, Sherry 
Small, Sandra Cates, Laura Wells, Maria Proctor, Third row: Tony Amos, Walter James, Barry Hobbs, Tracey 
Cleghorn, Francis Sebo, Scott Royal, Kevin Carlton, Howard Esquirol, David Oxendine, Edwin Hamlin, Michael 
Cavanagh, Matt O'Brien, and Jeff Schelegal 



The Catawba choir, under the 

direction of Mr. Ken Lidge, 

participates in many college and 

community events, such as campus 

chapel services and local concerts in 

schools and churches. During spring 

break of this year, the choir will tour 

in Connecticut. Membership in this 

musical organization is obtained by 

audition. The president of the choir is 

Edwin Hamlin. 



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Officers for Choir and Catawba Classics: Blanche Jamison, Treasurer: Edwin Ham- 
lin, President: Elaine Koontz, Vice-President: Barry Hobbs, Publicity Manager: Amy 
Bumgarner, Secretary 



THE CATAWBA CLASSICS 




Edwin Hamlin, Marsha Kirk, Howard Esquirol, Elaine Koontz, Jeff Schlegal, Michele Barron, Jackie Flanner, Michael Cavanagh, 
Regina Bynum, Tony Amos, Amy Bumgarner, Barry Hobbs, Maria Proctor and Walter James 





The Catawba Classics is a modern vocal ensemble. 
Membership is open to all students who are interested in 
the enjoyment of music through song and dance. This 
group participates in many college and community 
events. This year the Classics sponsored the Third Annual 
Madrigal Dinner in December and will tour Connecticut in 
the spring. Advisor to the Classics is Mr. Ken Lidge. 



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CHEERLEADINC 



TIME OUT!! Now what are they going to do? Last 

time they tried a pyramid someone allowed air to 

escape and the human triangle collapsed to the 

floor in a solid thud of laughter. What's that? You 

say Larry's got an idea . . No, I'm afraid that 

maneuver is impossible. Besides, I don't think any of 

the girls can make their bodies bend that way. Oh 

no, Cyrette's late again, some stupid excuse about 

putting away her Christmas presents. This ones got 

to be worth more than 75C Ed just ran to midcourt 

and put one of the refs in a full nelson ... rr . . . 

pppp . . . Better have that inseam seen to. Where's 

Judy? Oh, she's sitting this one out — she 

remembers a solo act from the past. 





Chief Abwatac — Hap Welty 




Ralph Shipley, Marcia Hoover, Alan Farris, Lisa Simon, Edwin Hamlin, Judy Chwalik, Lisa Riley, Cyrette Cotten, Larry Creiner Sandy Proctor 
Scot Mccachern, Sheila Stadler, Rick Ketner 



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It's the second half of Catawba's infamous blue-white 
scrimmage here at the Superdome. We have now regained 
operation of the microphone on both sidelines. Coach 
D'Andrea is trying to show Regastein how to perform a 
correct block. "Don't shoot too soon," says D'Andrea. 
"Gotta go, gotta show, gotta rodeo." Regastein nods and 
runs back to the huddle. Meanwhile Boo and Boston are 
harassing the refs. "Get greased up" says Boston with a 
sneer. "Load 'em up" screams his cohort, Boo. Calvin is a 
blue streak down the sidelines, totally humiliating his 
opponent (FACE!) Then he cuts across the field and stands 
two yards dead in the endzone . . . the ball just slips 
through his fingertips. The game's over and all that 
remains is litter, and picking up dummies and the echo of 
the coach through the empty stadium, "Dowell — track — 
6:30 — Be there." 





CAPTAINS: Ken Carrick and Vic Robinson 

FIRST ROW: Glenn Kallinich, Sam Lynch, Ricky Cock- 
man, Hal Capps, Al Hicks, Chip irby, Greg Boston, 
Rick Izze, Ken Carrick, Vic Robinson, Scott Schuler, 
Kevin Parks, John Marston, Rick Royal, Steve Whi- 
taker, Raymond Jones, Jody Allen, John coatta, 
Ronnie Arant. SECOND ROW: Mark Teat, Glenn Con- 
nally, Larry Brown, Jeff Taylor, Earl McMillon, Todd 
Armstrong, Craig Johnson, Calvin Hudgins, Ricky 
Holt, Pat Mccormick, Bill Ingram, John Powell, Pat 
Smith, Gary Dowell, James Boyce, Brent Martin, 
Phil Johnston, Daren Fuller. THIRD ROW: Coach Bill 
D'Andrea, Coach Bill Butts, Rick Teat, Winslow 
McMoore, Ed Kinney, Jimmy Holmes, Monty 
McLachlan, Tim Pless, Danny Shutt, Maurice Leak, 
Jackie Hayes, Steve Kinney, David Powell, Bill De- 
marest, David Ard, Gordon Brown, Steve Rega, 
David Krueger, Frank Hepler, Curtis Coleman — 
Coach, Coach Bob Bailey, Kevin Brown — Trainer. 
ROW FOUR: Coach Tom Manning, Steve Turley, Dee 
Sellers, Derrick Mackey, Dave Folmar, Steve Leach, 
Tim Setzer, Brent Poole, Tim Thompson, Mortin 
Jones, Richie Landis, Jay Aldridge, Jim Childres, 
Mike Reese, Carl Beck, Steve Rob, Dean Ray, Jim 
Olson, Head Coach Steve Shaughnessy 




COACHING STAFF: Curtis Coleman, Bill D'Andrea, Head Coach Steve Shaugh- 
nessy, Bob Bailey, Tom Manning and Bill Butts 




Larry Brown 




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SOCCER 



Stuck in a corner, little Hinkel kicks his way 

out. What courage! What guts! Criss-crossing, 

weaving in and out . . . bodies . . . kicking a 

checkered ball into a net. Bouncing . . . 

bouncing their heads. All these fellows get a 

kick out of the sport (excuse the pun.) And 

although support of these men was small, 

perhaps if interest was increased, so would 

the sport. Never a dull moment! 




Coach Lowell Sprague 




KNEELING: Nick Costino, Paige Lane, Matt O'Brien, Phil Barca, Greg Raffa, Reggie Keistler, Dave Hinkel, Jim Butt STANDING: Peter Sprague, 
Corwin Carmichael, Larry Greiner, Marvin Whilhite, Gary Gaskins, Steve Katz, Halbe Asinga, Danny Alexander, Jeff Mason 



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FIELD HOCKEY 




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Field Hockey is not a contact sport! The person who feels that way doesn't play for CatawPa. The 
frolicking females of the field hockey are possessed downfalls ... Or falling downs. (Right, Carla?) These 
girls really get into their game, and to them, it's more of a romance. Throwing themselves totally into 
field hockey would seem difficult Put Erica oPviously throws her enthusiasm, Carla throws her weight to 
the ground, Marcie throws herself into the cage, and who knows what strange ritual of throwing Mare 
uses, Put she gets Pattle scars. The Chiefettes finished 6-6-2 and there's only one word for that, 
AWESOME!! 




KNEELING: Liz Calio, Brenda Dietrich, Lisa Rizzolo, Sue Burkholder. STANDING: Coach Hall, Mare Micallef, Cindy Potter, Jill Waddell, Cindy 
Gormley, Sue Walker, Diane Beck, Marcie Weber, Carla Mancuso, Erica Southworth, Chris Griffith, Jaybird. 



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VOLLEYBALL 



Another game over. Now, sitting in the steamy 

locker room, tongues hanging out of their 

mouths like a cat that got squashed by a truck, 

the team. Mac lies stretched across a bench 

mumbling lines, "... when I was a kid ..." Big, 

round eyes listen intently. Suddently! Smashing! 

Somber! Through the door . . . COACH. "Get over 

it kid. It was only a game. Hit the shower. But 

not with your head, Theresa." in walks Lisa B. 

She stiffens herself and speaks! "Whoever said 

volleyball isn't a contact sport never played the 

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KNEELING: Cindy Morris, Heidi Jo Hanes, Lisa Belton, Caroline Eyler, Teresa Locklear, STANDING: 
Gary Hankins, Gayle McCray, Emma Green, Cindy Koch, Teresa Kellam, Adrienne Bass 



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BASKETBALL 




KNEELING: Bradd Eldridge, Tim Overton, Art Rose, Mike Cutter, STANDING: Andrew Matthews, Dwayne Grant, Maurice McDaniel, Bob Van 
Nov, Matt Weber, Dwayne Brewington, Mark Simpson, Cleve McCrae, Ed Fowler 



Their heads scrape the rafters with each 

enormous stride. They bring the orange globe down 

through the white mesh with oval speed. Their 

hands lie bent over the hoop like a cobra looking on 

the mouse. While steel falls to the feet of striped 

judges. Round mouth, bright eyes and a thousand 

hands rejoice in the sprinkle of glass. A dunk by any 

other name is merely two points, but the one that 

shakes the windows and causes venders to fall to 

their knees can truly be called a SLAM!! we stand for 

you and Sam. Our champions! Conference bound. 



Sam Moir — Coach 




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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



The van rumbled across the 

highway, while inside the 

nervous flutter of 

anticipation pounded 

against steamy windows. 

Hoopsters sitting in rows. 

In the back, a deluxe box of 

Kleenex (Keep those noses 

clean, ladies.) in a knot 

sleeps LaVerne. She may be 

having another one of 

those dreams. Rose, with a 

crushed Milky Way wrapper, 

goes up ... oh my .. . what 

a dunk . . . right in the Clad 

Heavy weight. This bus sure 

could use a dry bar or at 

least a water fountain. 

Sherry decides to change 

seats and climbs to her 

intended destination. "I 

don't know about the rest 

of you, but I'm sure that 

was Laura's ear." 

By the way Harold, have we 

told ya we love ya? 




Coach Harold Higgins 



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Lori Ann Bowen, Manager, Sherry McCurdy, Tina Whittington, Sandi Maddox, Teresa Kellum, Laura Butterworth, Libby Beach, Rose Cox 
Debbie Craddock, Sherry Buckner, Angie Crayton, LaVerne DeJournette, Frances Taylor 



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"Let's go see the wrestling match", he said. "No," 

she screamed. "It's so gross." The ultimate contact 

sport gross, c'mon now! Anyone who can tie the 

opposition into a tiny knot is not to be taken lightly. 

By no means! Anyone frequenting the athletic 

building was sure to see a line of bodies on a 

common marathon. These men are true soldiers! 

They even cut z's in barracks (Hampden). Pain. That's 

a word they learn to laugh at, because they're 

getting used to it. Captain Cerish led his troops 

through a field of mines in the form tournaments. 

Corporal Price limps to the front line. He speaks of a 

seemingly impossible mission as sweat rushes 

across his cheek. "We must get to Jersey!" And 

WWIll is won at the Washington & Lee invitational, 

while a quiet phrase pours from Dutch concerning 

the blind. 



Coach — "Dutch" Meyer 





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Kneeling: Pete Kelly, Andy Chappel, Pat Price, Jay Gerish, Joe Crossen, Bob Budd, Dave Reid, Pat Smith. Standing-. John Nalesnik, Mike 
Rodriguez, Vinny Trimarchi, Rick Teat, Ed Kinney, Jeff Strang, Coach Meyer 




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FIRST ROW: Tim Brindley, Scottie Vause, Mark Michael, Rich Drake, Mike Lippard, Mike Stewart. SECOND ROW: Coach Bob Bailey, Ken Criss, 
Tom Burke, Scott Robinson, Glenn Kallinich, Gary Clawson, Terry Harwell, Skip Kraft. THIRD ROW: Mike Simpson, Bill Patriss, Dave Wing, 
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The bases are loaded! On first is Omar . . . he receives his 
instructions from Coach Mahnken. On second is Big-Head 
Butts taking a lead that almost dares the pitcher to pick 
him off. On third is Hobo trying to get the game plan from 
the coach. But the coach is in another world looking at 
some blond in the crowd with a red "Yesterday's" t-shirt 
on (tightly fitting). Screaming to the coach from the 
sidelines is Sheetz, "Coach let me D.H.?" Terry sits in the 
corner of the bullpin repeating over and over, "I didn't 
think it would be like this." Meanwhile the coach doesn't 
help any by going to the bench and throwing the bats out 
. . . now they have weapons! 



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1981 SOFTBALL 




Gayle Wyatt 

It's the top of the ninth here at 

Duke. The ball's hit and the 

runner on second spits dirt 

toward third. The coach is 

waving her on . . . rounding third 

at seventy degrees and no 

holding back, POW! (Goodnight 

sweetheart.) Now it's Miller Time 

and time for home. Let's stop for 

the munchies! The Sizzler 

perhaps, that is if anyone finds 

it. That was an error to 

remember. So as it always goes, 

"run that hill" or else. Our ladies 

finished 15-14. 



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Cindy Gormley, Mary Boyles, Sharon Bennett, Gayle McCrae, Angie Crayton, Rose Cox, Fern Hedrick, Teresa Kellam, Jaybird, 
Robin Carlton, Gayle Wyatt, Coach Roslyn Hall 



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Well, it's time to pack up the van and 

head for another tournament. Brooke 

limps down the hill. (This is going to be 

an original excuse!) Laura and Cindy are in 

the back seat talking of the previous 

all-nighter and where they hid for 

curfew. They're off! Rumor has it that the 

ladies might take a dive in the fifth — 

must be another beach weekend. With 

mixed-and-matched outfits (uniforms 

would be nice!), pride and a hangover 

that won't quit, the ladies finished 0-14. 





Laura Leitner 




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KNEELING: Lisa Belton, Melanie Kiser, Brooke Weaver and Lee Dixon. STANDING: Coach Pat Whitley, Laura Leitner 
and Cindy Morris 





Laura Leitner 



Cindy Morris 



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1981 MEN'S TENNIS 



first ROW: Steve Taylor, Joe 

Abernethy, Mark Hess, Lee 

Bobo. SECOND ROW: Reginald 

Kiestler, Steve Smith, Coach 

Bill D'Andrea, Mark Teat, Mike 

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Mark Hess 



Stand-in captain Bobo addresses his 
troops with the dignity of a true soldier. 
"Men," he says in a deep voice that soon 
makes him cough. "Men, this means 
more to me than anything ever could 
before." This is the last practice before 
the moment of truth and the tension can 
be felt like electricity. Now for the 
line-up. Reggie starts off number one. 
Teat plays a newcomer named Betty. The 
coach finishes setting his attack and 
practice winds down. Everyone on the 
court looks to see if Steve will ever do a 
push-up. The tension has come to a 
climax as Bobo approaches D'Andrea. 
With a dry throat Bobo echos the team's 
final plea. "Can we stop at Capones on 
the way out?" 




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Here we are on the eighteenth tee of the 

Catawba Invitational Classic. Stratigically 

placing his golf ball on a tee we have Johnny 

Miller (not the one that's famous ... the 

other one.) He swings, makes contact . . . 

what a shot! Amazing. Almost one hundred 

and fifty . . . feet from where it was hit. This 

year there's a new rule that freshmen are 

allowed to tee off from the ladies tee. "Hand 

me my club," screamed Rick. Rushing to his 

side with putter in hand stands Randy. Fresh 

will be fresh. But Rick still got a hole in one 

using it. 




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INTRAMURALS 



It always finishes the same — one team 

dragging themselves off the field while the 

other is ecstatic. Every game has winners and 

losers, but we want to know why the good guys 

can't always win. Who are the good guys? Why, 

they are whomever we are. Be it basketball, 

football or even tiddly winks, every dorm wants 

to win. Moochie and Melanie took command of 

the "Battle of the Dorms." Organizing and 

presenting regulations is difficult enough, but 

they also have to enforce. "Does Catawba have 

any purple hearts lying around?" Hearbreakers 

to triumphs — everyone's a winner when he 

doesn't have to study for a few hours! 





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Gardner-Webb 

Pfeiffer 

Skidmore 

Pembroke State 

UNCC 

High Point 

Atl Christian 

Western Carolina 

Elon 

Winthrop 

Wingate 

Mars Hill 



WRESTLING 



CAT 




OPP 


22 


Davidson 


20 


16 


Elon 


28 


24 


Hampden-Sydney 


20 


30 


Lynchburg 


18 



OPP 


CAT 


73 


103 


88 


107 


87 


73 


75 


78 


33 


103 


52 


86 


77 


93 


81 


99 


65 


42 


51 


45 


88 


41 


61 


82 


58 


90 


74 


95 


76 


57 


71 


72 


73 


69 


64 


50 


65 


47 


56 


65 




41 




80 




42 




77 




82 


OPP 


52 


9 




9 




9 




6 




6 




7 




9 




9 
9 


CAT 


9 
8 
6 
9 
9 
8 


4 
4 
4 


3 
4 




2 




4 




4 




3 




3 


OPP 


2 

4 



Guilford 

Wingate 

Emory & Henry 

West Va. State 

Mars Hill 

UNC-G 

Mars Hill 

W-Salem State 

Pfeiffer 

Belmont Abbey 

Gardner-Webb 

Atl Christian 

Bluefield 

High Point 

Pembroke St. 

Mars Hill 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Elon 

Guilford 

Elon 

Pembroke St. 

Pfeiffer 

High Point 

Gardner-Webb 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Atl Christian 



MEN'S TENNIS 



Lenoir-Rhyne 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

High Point 

Guilford 

Guilford 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Limestone 

Limestone 

M.l.T. 

Davidson J.V. 

Elon 

Elon 

Barber Scotia 



OPP 
75 
76 
47 
59 
87 
55 
70 
66 
56 
50 
39 
52 
61 
65 
55 
59 
79 
48 
37 
56 
43 
61 
40 
63 
58 
53 



OPP 
5 
5 
5 
9 
9 
6 
5 
7 
5 
5 
6 
6 
7 
5 



BASEBALL 



SOFTBALL 



CAT 




OPP 


CAT 




OPP 


3 


Elon 


7 


6 


Duke 


1 


6 


Elon 


13 


10 


Duke 


4 


9 


Appalachian 


3 


2 


East Carolina 


13 


3 


Appalachian 


24 





N.C. State 


10 


10 


Wake Forest 


7 


7 


UNCW 


2 


6 


Atl Christian 


15 


2 


UNC 


9 


2 


Pembroke State 


4 


2 


UNC 


4 


10 


St. Augustine 


8 


11 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


6 




St. Augustine 




7 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


6 


3 


High Point 


6 





Atl Christian 


7 


18 


Guilford 


17 


8 


Atl Christian 


1 


6 


Berea 


5 


15 


Pembroke 


5 


15 


High Point 


10 


13 


Mars Hill 


2 


8 


Pembroke state 


4 


6 


Guilford 


7 


3 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


7 


9 


Guilford 


2 


8 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


2 


6 


Wingate 





4 


Mars Hill 


3 


8 


Wingate 


4 


12 


Mars Hill 


8 


3 


Pfeiffer 


13 


3 


Wake Forest 


11 


1 


Pfeiffer 


15 


6 


Elon 


19 


7 


Elon 


14 


18 


North Carolina A&T 


6 


1 


Elon 





8 


Wingate 


12 


8 


Guilford 





7 


Wingate 


9 


1 


Elon 


11 


4 


Gardner-Webb 


2 


3 


Wingate 


6 


7 


Gardner-Webb 


4 


3 


Appalachian 


6 


5 
19 


Guilford 
Pfeiffer 


6 
6 


14 


Tusulium 


1 


1 


Pfeiffer 


6 









FIELD HOCKEY 



High Point 

High Point 

Davidson 

Wake Forest 

Wake Forest 

Durham Club 

Clemson 

Pfeiffer 

S.C. Club 

Duke 

Appalachian 

Appalachian 



SOCCER 



FOOTBALL 



OPP 


CAT 




OPP 


CAT 




OPP 


1 





Wake Forest 


8 


30 


Liberty Baptist 


22 


2 


2 


N.C. Wesleyan 


5 


6 


Mars Hill 


10 


1 





Atl Christian 


10 


20 


Newberry 


15 


1 


1 


Pembroke State 


3 


15 


Carson-Newman 


48 


1 





UNC-G 


4 


7 


Presbyterian 


21 


1 


1 


Pfeiffer 


5 


31 


Gardner-Webb 


32 


8 


2 


Barber-Scotia 





30 


Elon 


17 


3 


1 


Wingate 


1 


28 


Guilford 


7 


3 





E. Carolina 


5 


29 


Davidson 


52 


3 


1 


Guilford 


3 


28 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


6 


5 





UNC-Asheville 


6 








1 






1 




Elon 

High Point 

Belmont Abbey 

Coker 

St. Andrews 


5 
4 
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7 
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SAGA FOOD SERVICES 
WISHES 

GOOD LUCK TO 

THE 
CLASS OF '82 

Come Back and See us Soon 




CHIEFS 



The Catawba Chiefs congratulate the Class of 1982 
and extend a special invitation to them to become 
members of the Chiefs, continuing their support of the 
athletic program at Catawba, but in a special way. 
Through the weekly newsletters Chiefs members stay 
abreast of how the athletic program is moving 
week-by-week. The benefits the Chiefs enjoy will also 
be of special interest to Catawba's newest group of 
alumni. The Catawba Chiefs is a growing, energetic 
organization of alumni, parents, and other friends of 
the college dedicated to the continual improvement of 
Catawba's total athletic program. For complete 
information on the Chiefs program, interested 
members of the Class of 1982 should contact Brian 
Morrison, Chiefs Coordinator at 637-4454. 



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Dear Friends: 

We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere congratulations to the entire 1982 

graduating seniors of Catawba College. 

As the parents of Melanie Leigh Smith, we have enjoyed the association with many of you and wish you 
much success in your future endeavors. 

We want to thank ail the professors, advisors, and all others who have helped to make Melanie's four 
years at Catawba very happy ones. We appreciate your patience, understanding and most especially 
the training you have given her. These years have been very important ones to her as well as to us. As 
parents, we are very impressed with Catawba College and feel that the education Melanie has received 
here will benefit her in the future. 



Again, congratulations and thanks to all of you. 
Sincerely, 



Peggy A. Smith 



Wayne M. Smith 



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Congratulations 
Class of '82 

from the 

FRESHMAN CLASS 



Next year we'll be humble. 
Till then, we're content to be perfect! 

The Junior Class 

GOOD LUCK SENIORS! 



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Good Luck Seniors 

Johnny, Greg, Rick, Kenny, Shad and Tom 

And to the rest of the '82 class 

from the 



FOIL HOUSE BOYS! 



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CONGRATULA- 
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THE 

SCIENCE 

CLUB 




Euglerzi gracilis 



That woman is a success . . . who loves life and 
lives it to the fullest; who has discovered and 
shared the strengths and talents that are 
uniquely her own; who puts her best into each 
task and leaves each situation better than she 
found it; whose heart is full of love and warm 
with compassion; who has found joy in living 
and peace within herself. 

Anonymous 

Best of Luck 

in the future 

toa//l982Crads 

WOMEN'S 
GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 



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wishes the best 
of luck to the 



CLASS OF 
'82 




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BANK 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 




The SCA would like to 

wish the Senior class 

the best of luck in their 

future endeavors. 



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SENIOR CLASS 

Thanks for 
the memories Catawba 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
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'82 ALUMNI 

Good Luck and Much Success 
We are very proud of YOU! 



Compliments of the 
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CAMERA, INC. 

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Salisbury, N.C. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
SENIORS 

from BEV and JILL 




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Mr. and Mrs. Claude Abernethy, 
Col. and Mrs. Allen L Anderson, 
Kelly Ard Electric company 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold 
Dr. Katherine Boardman 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Boyce 
Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Boyd 
Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Capps 
Mr. and Mrs. Crover Evans, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. N.o. Fowler, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Daniel Frock 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark Hamby 
Mr. and Mrs. Major B. Harding 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Heed 
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Higgs 
Col. and Mrs. W.H. Huntley, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. John Kaniss 
Mrs. Roslyn Kates 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kelly 




PATRONS 



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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Kenyon 

Dr. Martha Morehead 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nalesnik 

Mr. and Mrs. Rolf Nelson 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pepper 

Rev. and Mrs. Stephen Robertson 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward St. Mary 

Mr. and Mrs. JJ. Sugrue 

Mr. and Mrs. Braxton E. Troublefield 

Sam Towne Excavating Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frans Van Bergen 

Mrs. Monica A. Vaeth 

Dr. and Mrs. Vinoski 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Weber, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Welty, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Wilmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wizna 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Yoder 






MEMORIAL 




Dr. Arnold Rieger 



Death comes like an early frost. It soon turns the earth to a hard, chalky piece of 
brown ice, and causes the grass to become green sabers of the army ants retreating. It 
stalks the daisy. Creeping slowly from blade to blade. It reaches the golden root. And 
attacks! The daisy prays to the sun for strength to fight cold decay. The sun replies: 

Your days of daisy are to end. The chill wont be long. But the sun pities the little daisy 
and grants time for the flower to have a final dream. The daisy, now its white petals 
threatened by the burn of winter, takes its time to sustain its purpose. Frost consumes 
the yellow pillow of the bumblebee and the daisy stands still. Then the burning sun 
appears and sends the wilted daisy tumbling to the earth. Its tiny head weeps in the 
dust. Five small fingers then pull at its neck. While pink lips find a pillow, fated. And the 
life of love is breathed into the gray petals of a tender monument. 



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TCIF!! Thank God It's FINISHED!! When we accepted this job we never realized what a tremendous responsi- 
bility we had undertaken. But somehow, through lots of blood, sweat and tears we made it. And we are truly 
proud of the yearbook we have produced. Our job has been made easier with the help of some very fine 
people whom we wish to acknowledge. Our sincere thanks are extended to Dave Setzer for his expert advice, 
Robert Wiedner for his pictures of Dial M for Murder, Bob Chappell of Hunter Publishing for taking his time to 
answer our many questions, and Jeff schaeberle for more things than we have room to list. 

Three more people deserve an enormous pat on the back for their help. Elizabeth Weant has done a 
fantastic job as business manager, not to mention all the final layouts, typing and other odd jobs she's done. 
The beautifully written copy you have read throughout the book was expertly done by James "Spider" 
Withee. we wanted something different and he supplied it. We hope you like it as much as we do. A final 
thanks goes to Howard Simmons, our head photographer. Without his photography talents, this yearbook 
wouldn't have been possible. He was always willing to help us in any way he could, and brought into the office 
a much needed calming effect. Thanks for your time and patience Howard. 

It's hard to believe that our edition of the SAYAKINI is complete, it's been a long year, measured by picture 
appointments and deadlines, but our job is finally over. We hope you enjoy the 1982 SAYAKINI! 

Bev and Jill